Big Law Webbies Highlights
Yesterday, a shadowy figure known only as "The Snark" published in the Fulton County Daily Report the results of the "First Annual Big Law Webbies," and I, for one, am hoping the tradition continues ad infinitum.
As you might expect of honors bestowed by a Snark, many of the categories in which awards were given were on the biting, sarcastic side. Below are some highlights.
Most Obscure Blog Topic was awarded to Womble Carlyle's Furniture Law Blog. Who knew that there was a need for such an animal? The blog is, to the credit of the firm's "Furniture Law Team," pretty chock full o' information on what must be every furniture-related patent or trademark case filed in the country. Did you know that Sleepy's was suing Macy's for its use of the phrases "Ask Our Mattress Pros" and "Factory-Trained Mattress Professionals?" RSS this puppy, and you will next time.
Best Full-Body Lawyers-Out-of-the-Office Photos went to the Van Winkle Law Firm. To wit:
There are some better ones, described in the Snark's article, but I'll let you all spend your Friday on a scavenger hunt to find them. Definitely check out the guy with the goat.
Small-Firm-That-Really-Wants-to-Be-an-Indie-Rock-Band Website was justly awarded to the Offices of James Hugh Potts II. This place looks like an Ally McBeal experiment gone wrong. One dude who thinks he's the coolest lawyer in town hires three young, decent-looking females, and tries to sell you t-shirts.
Check out all the awards. And if you think there are any The Snark missed, let us know in comments. We'll be sure to pass the info along.
Posted by Eric Lipman on June 25, 2010 at 10:14 AM | Permalink
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