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MIPTC Is Back And Being Archived Up By The Library of Congress

For nearly the last six months, MIPTC has been transitioning its law practice from WLF | The Williams Lindberg Law Firm, PC to Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold, LLP.  WLF sold its practice back in February.  That move has necessitated focusing my complete attention on our clients during the transfer, but unfortunately not on this blog.  Regular readers have noticed and commented because the only posts I've been able to keep up with are the Lawyer2Lawyer podcasts.  The transition is virtually complete and I can now return to more regular blogging.

To start my return from this hiatus, I'd like to pass along some flattering news:  the United States Library of Congress has sought (and obtained) my permission to archive MIPTC as part of its archive regarding Judge Sonia Sotomayor's nomination to the Supreme Court.  Eventually, you will be able to find the archive of MIPTC and the other resources here as part of Minerva Web Archiving and Preservation Project.  It will take the LOC some time (MIPTC isn't there as of the date of this post), and I'm sure the government will move quickly to make the site available.  Right.  It will take about a year and a half, but when it gets finished, MIPTC will have a permanent place in history, if not in infamy.  Citations to the program are described here.

Welcome back, gentle reader.  More to come on a regular basis.  Thanks for staying with me.

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