Abnormal Use Named By ABA Journal To Blawg 100

We here at Abnormal Use are pleased and honored to announce that our humble little blog has been once again named to the ABA Journal‘s Blawg 100, the “annual list of the best of the blawgosphere.” This is now the third year in a row we have been named to the list, and we remain humbled by the recognition.

We’re in good company, and the honor is most certainly compounded by the other prestigious blogs that made the list, including our friends at Jim Beck and Steve McConnell’s Drug and Device Law, Jeff Richardson’s iPhone J.D., James Daily and Ryan Davidson’s Law and the Multiverse blog, Max Kennerly’s Litigation & Trial law blog, Kevin Underhill’s Lowering the Bar, and, of course, Walter Olson’s Overlawyered. For the full list, and links to all of the blogs and their corresponding Twitter feeds, please see here and here.

We must thank our firm, Gallivan, White, & Boyd, P.A. for whole-heartedly supporting this project all the way from its beginning in January of 2010.  Has it been that long? And, of course, we simply could not do this without the assistance of our clever and indefatigable (and indefatigably clever) bloggers: Steve Buckingham, Frances Zacher, Rob Green, and Nick Farr.

Finally, without the support of you, our dear readers, this would all be for naught.  Each day, we are elated to learn that people are visiting – and even reading! – our fair site.  Thank you for that.

We thank everyone who nominated us for inclusion in the list. We’ve got just one more favor to ask. After announcing the final 100 blawgs, the ABA Journal is now asking its readers to vote for the best of the final 100 in 12 substantive categories. Our blog is included in the Torts category, and we ask that you register at the ABA Journal‘s site and cast a vote for us here.

It’ll only take a few moments to register and vote, and we’d be forever in your debt.

Thanks again for your continued support. We look forward to bringing you another year unreasonably dangerous product liability news. Who knows what may be in store next?

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