I received a notification email describing the honor:
The Top 25 group includes some of the best talent in the blogosphere and creates an invaluable content aggregate for all segments of the Labor & Employment Law practice. Most good blogs provide frequent posts on timely topics, but the authors in this year’s collective take their blogs to a different level by providing insightful commentary that demonstrates how blogs can—and do—impact and influence the world of employment.Ohhh, you're too kind!
But, wait... we're not done yet. Now that LexisNexis has narrowed the field to 25, they're out to find the number one, best of the best, greatest employment law blog of 2011. Click here to see the other honorees, and to vote for the best employment law blog of 2011.
Posted by Philip Miles, an attorney with McQuaide Blasko in State College, Pennsylvania in the firm's civil litigation and labor and employment law practice groups.