LLRX.com is self-described as "the premier free, independent, one person produced Web journal dedicated to providing legal, library, IT/IS, marketing and administrative professionals with the most up-to-date information on a wide range of Internet research and technology-related issues, applications, resources and tools." (About LLRX.) In a recent article, LLRX.com offers a list of online resources for keeping up to speed on developments in the field of class action litigation. (Scott Russell, Keeping Up with Class Actions: Reports, Legal Sites and Blogs of Note (May 19, 2008) www.llrx.com.) Along with a few of the usual suspects (e.g., The UCL Practitioner), The Complex Litigator received a mention, for which I am very grateful; LLRX.com reportedly receives over 130,000 unique visitors each month.
Take a look at the article for a list of other resources (some of which are blogs included right here on The Complex Litigator's blogroll).