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McGlinchey Stafford’s CAFA Law Blog Celebrates MilestoneRead Time: 1 min
Legal blog posts 250 original case summaries
(April 15, 2008) – McGlinchey Stafford’s CAFA Law Blog, the authoritative source for information, case analyses, and insights regarding the Class Action Fairness Act (CAFA), today announced an impressive milestone of 250 original case summaries posted on its website.
The CAFA Law Blog was created in 2005 by McGlinchey Stafford class action defense lawyers Anthony Rollo and Hunter Twiford with the mission to serve as the leading online repository for information concerning CAFA. Since the blog’s inception, it has received accolades such as recognition on TechnoLawyer’s list of the nation’s 77 most influential legal blogs in 2007, and feature stories in the National Law Journal and other publications as a national leader in law firm blogging.
“We are very proud of CAFA Law Blog and the growing success we’ve achieved by timely providing CAFA related information to our readers, and by using an informal, entertaining approach to presenting that information,” said Anthony Rollo, CAFA Law Blog founder and Class Action Defense Partner with McGlinchey Stafford PLLC.
Since the CAFA Law Blog was started, its team of authors who create, write, and edit the blog’s original content have used a non-legalistic, creative writing style to report on the cutting-edge developments arising under CAFA. Their objective from inception has been for its growing audience to keep up with complex CAFA developments while also having fun reading the blog, and to distinguish themselves from the pack through their entertaining and sometimes humorous analyses of these legal issues. In addition to posting summaries of new court decisions and law review articles to the blog, the editors also scout out CLE opportunities, lectures, and conferences and provide this information to CAFA Law Blog readers as well.