The Top 'Top-10' Lists of 2009
Top-10 lists are as sure a sign of the year's end as are noisemakers and party hats. In a post here last week, I highlighted three year-in-review lists. Herewith, a round-up of others I have found. And the title of this post aside, these aren't really the "top" top-10 lists, just the ones I could find.
The weirdest cases of 2009. The year's 10 oddest cases as selected by Times Online columnist and The Open University professor Gary Slapper.
- Top Ten Legal Ethics Stories of 2009, as selected by John Steele at Legal Ethics Forum.
- Top Cyberlaw Developments of 2009. Posted to Eric Goldman's Technology & Marketing Law Blog by guest blogger John Ottaviani, a partner at Edwards & Angell in Providence, R.I.
- Top Ten Worst Prescription Drug/Medical Device Decisions of 2009, as selected by Jim Beck at Drug and Device Law.
- 10 most frequent workplace safety violations of 2009, as determined by OSHA. Top of the list: Scaffolding violations.
- MediaBerkman's Top 11 Topics of 2009. The year's most interesting topics, as covered in the podcast of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society.
- Top 10 Employment Law Developments of 2009, posted by William W. Bowser at The Delaware Employment Law Blog.
- Top 10 Food Stories of the Year, posted to Marler Blog by food safety lawyer Bill Marler.
- Top 10 Favorite Legal Advice of 2009, at least for those seeking biblical counsel. Posted by Stephen Bloom at Is There a Lawyer in the Church?
- 10 Most Significant Insurance Coverage Decisions, by Randy J. Maniloff and Sarah Damiani of White & Williams in Philadelphia.
- The Top 10 Expert Rulings of 2009, as compiled by yours truly and published by IMS ExpertServices.
Do you know of other law-related top-10 lists I am missing here? If so, let us know in a comment below.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on December 22, 2009 at 08:25 AM | Permalink
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