The following is a complete list of blogs managed and maintained by Barnes & Thornburg LLP. This list is constantly growing, so check back frequently for updates.
(Employment Law) - BT Currents is managed by the attorneys in Barnes & Thornburg's Labor and Employment Law Department, and it's designed to be your resource on employment law developments across the country. BT Currents will help employers across all industries stay aware of and respond to these developments.
BT Health Law
(Healthcare) - Barnes & Thornburg's Health Law blog provides commentary and perspective on healthcare reform and other legal issues that affect healthcare providers. The blog is managed and maintained by the attorneys in the firm's Healthcare Law Department.
BT Labor Relations
(Labor Law) - The Labor Relations blog is managed by the labor law attorneys at Barnes & Thornburg. The blog aims to be a source for news, analysis, and commentary on traditional labor legal issues, including news related to the NLRB and a variety of state issues.
BT Policyholder Protection Blog
(Policyholder Insurance Recovery and Counseling) - The BT Policyholder Protection blog is managed by the Policyholder Insurance Recovery and Counseling Group attorneys at Barnes & Thornburg. The blog aims to be a source for news, analysis and commentary on insurance recovery issues facing corporate policyholders and insureds.
Government Enforcement Exposed (The GEE)
(Financial Regulation and White Collar Crime) - In this era of intense regulatory enforcement, “The GEE” (Government Enforcement Exposed) aims to highlight important trends, legislation and legal issues related to the efforts of the many regulatory enforcement agencies at all levels of government.
Blogs published by Barnes & Thornburg are made available for general information purposes only and are not intended to provide specific legal advice for any particular situation. By visiting our blogs, you understand that there is no attorney client relationship between you and the blog publisher. The blog should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice from a licensed professional attorney, and you are urged to consult your own lawyer on any specific legal questions you may have concerning your situation.