To highlight some of the posts that stand out from the crowd, the editors of Texas Bar Today have created a list from the week’s blog posts of the top ten based on subject matter, writing style, headline, and imagery. We hope you enjoy this installment.

Top Ten10. High School Sports Injuries – Paul Cannon of Simmons and Fletcher, P.C. @SimmonsFletcher in Houston

9. When the Company’s Joke Backfires – Drew York of Gray Reed & McGraw @GrayReedLaw in Dallas

8. Home Warranty Dispute Referred to Arbitration Despite Alleged UnconscionabilityKelli Hinson of Carrington Coleman Sloman & Blumenthal LLP @ccsblaw in Dallas

7. Can My Client be Impeached with Prior Juvenile Adjudications? – JoAnne Musick of Musick & Musick LLP @MusickLegal in Houston

6. They Did What? Microsoft Stands Up For the PeopleAnne K. Ritchie of Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association @HCCLA_org in Houston

5. Best Practices to Avoid Plagiarism and Copyright Infringement – Darin Klemchuk of Klemchuk LLP @KK_LLP in Dallas

4. How you do not want jurors to look at you: The  universal “not face”  – Rita Handrich @TheJuryExpert of Keene Trial Consulting in Austin

3. Employer Action Required Following Issuance of Final Rule –  Lori Oliphant of Winstead PC @WinsteadPC in Dallas

2. Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in U.S. v. Texas  –  Susan I. Nelson of the the Nelson Law Firm, P.C. @TexImmLaw in Waco

1. When You Get SLAPPed, You Can Get SLAPPed Hard – Joseph Y. Ahmad @CSuiteLegal of Ahmad, Zavitsanos, Anaipakos, Alavi & Mensing P.C. in Houston