LeapLaw has unveiled a blog devoted to state-specific corporate and UCC filing information that puts a new spin on blogging. Called the Secretary of State Blawg, it focuses on the practical aspects of doing business with the 50 secretaries of state.

Unlike blogs that are organized by date, LeapLaw’s blog is organized first by state and then, within states, alphabetically by topic. Topics might be, for example, “Annual Reports and Due Dates,” Dissolutions and Withdrawals” and “Limited Liability Company Summary.”

Denise M. Annunciata, LeapLaw’s CEO, explains, “We list the posts in alphabetical order rather than by date because our readers will want to know about fax filings for instance, and not necessarily the latest news on secretary of state technology.”

New posts will be added whenever a state secretary revises its procedures, a state issues new laws affecting business entities, or for any other developments relating to doing business with the 50 secretaries of state, Annunciata said. Although there is not yet an RSS feed, one is in the works, she added.

I have previously written about LeapLaw here and here and in this article.

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