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It appears that blog award season is upon us!

We are very honored that Employment & Labor Insider has been included as a Labor & Employment Nominee in the LexisNexis Best 25 Blogs 2011. Mike Maslanka's Texas Lawyer/Work Matters blog is also a nominee (congratulations and best wishes, Mike!).

If you are so inclined, we'd greatly appreciate your clicking on the LexisNexis badge to the right of the screen, signing up for the free LexisNexis Community, which honestly takes no time, and which will give you access to articles and postings about labor and employment law topics (but no spam). Once you are signed up, you can vote for your favorite blog nominees, which we hope includes Employment & Labor Insider.

Constangy attorneys and staff are eligible to vote in this contest, and you can vote for more than one blog. The deadline to vote is September 12. (Don't worry - I'll keep reminding you!)

Also, as I mentioned last Friday, just a reminder that we would also be most grateful if you would nominate Employment & Labor Insider for the 2011 Blawg 100 list of the American Bar Association. (Blawg = blog + law . . . get it?) Attorneys and employees of Constangy are not eligible to vote for Constangy blogs in the ABA competition. Everyone else except our relatives can nominate this blog, Mike's blog, and our sister blog, Employee Benefits Unplugged, as well as any of the other outstanding legal blogs you read and enjoy.

The deadline to nominate blogs for the ABA list is September 9. (Don't worry - I'll keep reminding you!)

And don't forget -- if you vote for Employment & Labor Insider, it will be summer all year 'round.

Seriously, we very much appreciate your support!

Robin Shea has 30 years' experience in employment litigation, including Title VII and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (including the Amendments Act). 
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