A constant stream of communications. Our attorneys publish several award-winning blogs — a great source for significant case highlights, topical articles, and other crucial information about the law and its impact on various industries. These blogs are a key resource for hundreds of professionals around the world, and we invite you to read them, share them with your colleagues, and tell us if there are any specific topics you would like us to address.
Asbestos Case Tracker
Goldberg Segalla's Toxic Torts Practice Group keeps you up to date on asbestos litigation with summaries of and access to the latest court decisions from across the country.
Editor: Joseph J. Welter
The Insurance and Reinsurance Report
Provides daily updates of law, news and developments in insurance and reinsurance.
Editors: Dan Gerber, Jeff Kingsley, Tanguy de Schwarz, and the Global Insurance Services Group
Dedicated to cases, insights, developments and best practices relating to the development and implementation of legal holds relating to audit, investigation and litigation in the United States; and trigger events that give rise to the duty to preserve evidence in the United States.
Editor: John Jablonski
Designed to help companies from all industries form effective strategies for complying with the complex and evolving regulations put forth by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and also provide practical tips for responding to citations.
Editors: David E. Leach and Michael Rubin
Legal developments and risk management tips impacting the professional liability community.
Editor: Seth Laver
Sports and Entertainment Law Insider
Your all-access pass to the latest legal developments impacting the business of sports and entertainment.
Editors: Joseph M. Hanna and the Sports and Entertainment Practice Group.
Covering the latest legal developments impacting the fire litigation community, including those charged with investigating fires, companies whose products are at risk for a claim, and insurance carriers.
Editors: David S. Osterman and John P. Freedenberg.