Smiley Law Group, a construction law firm in Seattle, WA and New Orleans, LA, announced the launch of its new blog today, the Construction Law Monitor. The new blog provides insight and commentary on construction law issues in Washington and Louisiana.
NEW ORLEANS, LA (SmileyLaw.Com) February 6, 2009 — Today, Smiley Law Group is excited to announce the launch of its new blog, the Construction Law Monitor.
Published through the LexBlog platform, the new blog will commentate and provide insight on construction law issues in Washington and Louisiana.
Smiley Law Group is a construction law practice with offices in New Orleans, LA and Seattle, WA. The firm first began blogging in early 2006, and has since published over 100 blog posts about construction law and the legal issues facing the construction industry.
Although on a new platform and featuring a new user-friendly design, posts and articles from the old blog are still accessible in the new site’s archives.
Scott Smiley, the firm’s found member, commented on the new page:
“From day one, Smiley Law Group has tried to present to our clients and the public free useful information about construction law. This new blog allows us to deliver that information through a better design and format, and with LexBlog’s powerful blogging engine.”
The new Construction Law Monitor is just part of the firm’s Internet presence overhaul.
“This firm has always been ahead of the technology curve,” says Doug Reiser, member of Smiley Law Group. “And to stay that way, we’re required to change as fast as the technology. These new websites are more than a different design, they function better, and allow our firm to connect with clients, colleagues, and the public.”
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Jessica Hunter or visit Smiley Law Group’s new media page: http://media.wolfelaw.com.
About Smiley Law Group:
Founded in post-Katrina New Orleans in 2005, Smiley Law Group is a boutique construction law practice with offices in Seattle, Washington and New Orleans, Louisiana. The firm operates a blog on construction law matters titled the Construction Law Monitor, and prides itself on thinking different in the legal profession.