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.

10. Of spiders – and viruses.David Coale @600camp of Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst, LLP in Dallas

9. IRS Guidance Regarding High Deductible Health Plans and Expenses Related to COVID-19 – Haynes and Boone Benefits Group of Haynes and Boone, LLP @haynesboone

8. Once More, With Feeling: Business Entities Must be Represented in Court by a Licensed AttorneyKen Carroll of Carrington Coleman Sloman & Blumenthal LLP @ccsblaw in Dallas

7. Social Security May Use Your Social Media Posts to Deny Disability ClaimsLaw Office of Carey Thompson, PC in Fort Worth

6. In A Venue Dispute, Court Held That A Personal Injury Claim Against An Estate Representative Could Be Filed In The County Where The Estate Was PendingDavid Fowler Johnson @TXFiduciaryLit of Winstead PC in Fort Worth

5. ADA and FHA Quick Hits – Great Caesar’s Ghost edition.Richard Hunt of Hunt Huey PLLC in Dallas

4. Netflix Requests for Dismissal of ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ Trademark Amid LawsuitCris Feldman of Feldman & Feldman, PC. in Houston

3. Coronavirus and the Energy Industry: Drilling into Force Majeure ClausesCharles Sartain, Preston Kamin, and Ryan Frankel of Gray Reed & McGraw, P.C. @GrayReedLaw in Dallas

2. Should Law Firms Market During The Coronavirus Crisis?Stacey E. Burke of Stacey E. Burke P.C. @StaceyEBurke in Houston

1. Law Firms Working Remotely During the Coronavirus ShutdownD. Todd Smith of Smith Law Group LLLP @dtoddsmith in Austin