Law firm attorneys and professors have dominated the legal blog landscape ever since legal blogs came into existence. But more and more in-house counsel are taking the plunge into cyberspace, including Sun Microsystems GC Mike Dillon and Microsoft attorney David Rudin.
It's no surprise that technology giant Google Inc. is getting in on the in-house blog bandwagon. Google's senior copyright counsel William Patry pens "The Patry Copyright Blog," a comprehensive collection of all things copyright, which he started in 2005 while in private practice. Maintaining the blog after moving in-house has not been a problem.