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. Mark abandonmentDavid Coale @600camp of Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst, LLP in Dallas

9. Emotional language in briefsWayne Schiess, Senior Lecturer, The University of Texas School of Law @UTexasLaw in Austin

8. May the Fourth Be With You – Farewell to Blue BellThomas Fox of TomFoxLaw @tfoxlaw in Houston

7. Can Creditors Hold Business Owners Personally Liable for Debts?Brian A. Farlow of Grable Martin Fulton PLLC in Dallas

6. Pandemic Forces Supreme Court to Change. What’s Next for the Legal Community?Bill Berenson @LawyerFortWorth of Berenson Law in Fort Worth

5. What Does COVID-19 Mean for My Personal Injury Case? – Melody Foster of The Law Offices of Tim O’Hare @TimothyOHare in Carrollton

4. Sidelined Workers in Texas Can Refuse to Return to Work and Still Retain Unemployment Benefits, But New TWC Rules do Not Provide Job ProtectionDianne Friedl and Steve Shardonofsky of Seyfarth Shaw LLP @seyfarthshawLLP in Houston

3. The Art of IRS Collection Defense in a Post-COVID 19 WorldMatthew Roberts of Freeman Law @FreemanLaw_PLLC in Frisco

2. COVID-19 Rules Could Lead to Major Litigation for Employers Jennifer Spencer of Jackson Spencer Law in Dallas

1. COVID-19 Procedures To Reopen Economy: Back To Work Is Not Necessarily Back To NormalRobin Foret of Seltzer Chadwick Soefje & Ladik, PLLC @SCSLawFirm in Plano