Last week, the ABA Journal announced its 9th Annual Blawg 100. The Blawg 100 is a collection of, yep, you guessed it, 100 folks with
no fulfilling lives who rule the legal blogosphere. Or, at least according to the ABA Journal, and probably my children.
In any event, and in all seriousness, I am honored to be included in this list of the legal blogging elite. In the category of labor and employment law, I am joined by:
- Screw You Guys, I’m Going Home (by Donna Ballman)
- Understanding the Americans with Disabilities Act (by William Goren)
- FMLA Insights (by Jeff Nowak)
- Employment & Labor Insider (by Robin Shea)
And a special shout-out to Jon Hyman and the Ohio Employer’s Law Blog. Not only did his blog make the list (again!), but Jon’s blog was inducted into the Hall of Fame. Jon was and remains one of the reasons that I began blogging and continue to blog.
Oh yeah, you guys too. Thanks readers. But, really.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I need to overinflate my ego by re-reading this Law360 article about trailblazing social media law firm practice groups (hint: search the article for “Meyer”). Then, I’m going to clear some
old Twinkies space on my credenza *** Googles “credenza” *** yes, credenza, to make room for my imaginary trophy.
(And, yes, I ate the Twinkies. There were six of them. Ok, six and a half. Happy?).