Zuckerman Spaeder Blog Suits by Suits Named to the ABA Journal's Blawg 100
Suits by Suits, Zuckerman Spaeder’s blog focusing on disputes between executives and their employers, has been named to the ABA Journal’s Blawg 100. The round-up of “the 100 most compelling” legal blogs is in its 10th year and includes blogs covering a wide range of practice areas. This is the first year Suits by Suits has been included on the list.
“We are tremendously excited to be selected,” said Suits by Suits founder and co-editor Jason Knott, a partner in Zuckerman Spaeder’s Washington office. “We started Suits by Suits as a way to connect with employers and executives and address the ever-changing real-world issues they face.”
Co-editor and Zuckerman Spaeder partner Andrew Goldfarb said, “We are gratified that our readers view the blog as a valuable resource, and we look forward to continuing the conversation with content that matters to our readers.”
Acting Editor-Publisher Molly McDonough said in the feature: “For 10 years, the Blawg 100 has helped shine a light on the stunning breadth of legal topics and voices to found in the legal blogosphere. Journal editors have selected yet another stellar list of blogs. We hope you’ll find legal information sources in this list that are completely new to you and bookmark them for regular reading.”
Zuckerman Spaeder launched Suits by Suits in 2012, and its audience has grown to include thousands of monthly readers. While the blog focuses on disputes involving executives and their employers, topics range from white-collar criminal investigations to trade secrets litigation to compensation, indemnification and fee advancement, and termination issues. Most recently, Suits by Suits authors have analyzed the impact of the Department of Justice's Yates Memo on executives caught up in investigations, as well as recent cases related to ERISA's application to plans benefiting executives.