GWB’s Products Liability Blog: Abnormal Use Reaches 1000th Post
Gallivan White Boyd’s Abnormal Use: An Unreasonably Dangerous Products Liability Blog has reached a major milestone of 1,000 posts. Abnormal Use (www.abnormaluse.com) began blogging in January of 2010 and has posted every business day since. Abnormal Use is edited by partner Jim Dedman with contributing authors Nick Farr, Rob Green, and Frances Zacher.
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. Furthermore, the editors of the ABA Journal have selected Abnormal Use as one of the ABA Journal’s Blawg 100 for the third year in a row. Readers of the ABA Blawg 100 have also voted GWB’s Abnormal Use blog as their favorite blog in the Torts category for the third consecutive year. Blog editor Jim Dedman states, “The success and longevity of the blog is directly due to the efforts of our lawyer writers. I am proud of the dedication and creativeness of the attorneys as well as humbled by the loyalty of our readers. GWB has and will continue to have a strong web, social media, and blogging presence.”
GWB’s products liability team is equally as successful as the Abnormal Use Blog. With 9 Best Lawyers in products liability law and firm attorneys having served as local and national counsel for numerous clients, the products liability team has the extensive experience necessary to defend a wide variety of products liability claims for businesses of all sizes.
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