Attorney H. Scott Leviant has created a new blog, The Complex Litigator, described as "[a] California-centric collection of comments and resources related to the practice and procedure surrounding complex and class action litigation." The blog looks great so far. In particular, Scott had an interesting post last week refuting some points made in a recent Daily Journal article by a conservative, anti-consumer-redress advocate on recent (and unsuccessful) efforts to legislatively curtail the use of the class action device in California. The article consisted primarily of ad hominem attacks on the plaintiffs' bar, to which Scott cogently responds. Scott has been a frequent commenter on this blog and I'm pleased to see him joining the blogopshere himself.