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Microblog Roundup 11/18/08

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ABA Journal surveying lawyers about job market and state of economy. Results to be published in Jan. issue:

@Fulbright I welcome my former law firm to Twitter. Any progress on that LinkedIn alum group? No difference b/t LI & Twitter to me.

Working on motion responses in a large arbitration matter. Two reply briefs and two short articles lined up after that. Good to be busy!

Only @BobKraft and @bschuelke responded to shout-out to TX lawyers wanting to be included in special list like JD Supra’s. Any others?

The Texas Supreme Court has begun releasing information about orders and its calendar via RSS feed,

Texas AG Greg Abbott names new First Assistant, Andrew Weber

TX lawyers, let me know you’re [on Twitter]. Thinking of posting a TX-specific list along lines of what @jdtwitt did

Texas appellate lawyers should be aware of recent policy change re extensions of time in Third Court of Appeals,

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D. Todd Smith
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D. Todd Smith is an Austin-based civil appellate specialist who works with trial teams from the earliest stages of litigation. In trial courts, he takes the lead on strategic analysis and briefing, jury charges, and potentially dispositive motions, all with a focus on preserving error and positioning cases for appellate review.

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