GWB’S Products Liability Blog Abnormal Use Recognized by the ABA Journal for the Fourth Consecutive Year
GWB is pleased to announce that in December of 2013 the editors of the ABA Journal selected the firm’s product liability blog, Abnormal Use: An Unreasonably Dangerous Products Liability Blog, as one of the ABA Journal’s Blawg 100 for the fourth year in a row. The ABA Journal describes its Blawg 100 as the year’s “100 best legal blogs.” The ABA Journal then asked readers from around the country to vote for their favorite torts blog. As a result, GWB’s Abnormal Use blog was again voted the readers favorite blog in the Torts category for the fourth consecutive year.
The Abnormal Use blog (www.abnormaluse.com) is edited by partner Jim Dedman with writers Nick Farr, Rob Green, and Frances Zacher as well as contributors Lindsay Joyner, Steve Buckingham, and Kyle White. Abnormal Use features posts each business day regarding products liability cases and litigation in addition to interviews with law professors and practitioners. Abnormal Use has been linked to and referenced in the New York Times, National Public Radio, Scientific American, The Economist and many other blogs and periodicals.
“Abnormal Use debuted four years ago and has been ranked as one of the best legal blogs in the country for all four of those years,” said Dedman. “I am proud of the dedication and creativeness the attorneys at GWB have invested into the blog.”
GWB’s Products Liability Team is equally as successful as the Abnormal Use Blog. With 9 Best Lawyers in products liability law and a Tier 1 rating from US News and Best Lawyers, the products liability team has the extensive experience necessary to defend a wide variety of products liability claims for businesses of all sizes. Firm attorneys have also served as local and national counsel for numerous clients.
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