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I'm a Blogger Now!

Corey Silverstein

It’s only fitting that my first blog post would be about myself.  That may sound a little vain but since you are going to be taking the time to read what I have to say, it’s important for you to understand what I am trying to accomplish with this blog. 

First, I should be thanking my friends at XBiz, especially, Alec, Moe, Kristen, and Don.  The industry owes you guys (and the rest of the XBiz team) a debt of gratitude for continuing to be an invaluable resource for the adult industry as a whole.

Second, my blog is inspired by the other XBiz bloggers including, Lawrence Walters, Stephen Yagielowicz, and Colin Rowntree.  I hope that I can blog at the same level that you all have been.

Finally, I hope to have my blog incorporate the thoughts and ideas of other industry lawyers who continue to stand up for the first amendment and ensure that everyone reading this blog continues to be able to express themselves without the fear of government persecution.

The purpose of my blog is not only to provide legal analysis and discuss legal issues that the adult industry is facing at any given moment but this blog will provide thoughts and suggestions to help you make sound business decisions.  I intend to discuss current events and news stories that other people may ignore (intentionally or unintentionally) and I may even ruffle a few feathers in the process. 

I hope to provide my readers with the opportunity to have more information so that they can make better decisions and maybe look at things through someone’s else’s eyes. 

I’ve been involved in this industry for over a decade and have met a lot of people in that time.  I intend to use this blog to discuss topics and questions that I often hear from people who are too afraid to speak publicly. 

I don’t expect all of my readers to agree with everything that I have to say but I will do my best to make it clear where my positions come from.

I hope that you will continue to follow my blog and if any of you have any questions or topics that you would like me to discuss please email me at corey AT myadultattorney.com or contact me via Xbiz.net.

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