Tag Archives: Interpreting lawyers

Defamation: “Can Trump Change Libel Laws?”

Source: Can Trump Change Libel Laws? – The New York Times No. Yesterday I came in praise of Linda Greenhouse, who used to cover the Supreme Court for the New York Times. Today I come in praise of Adam Liptak, … Continue reading

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Depositions: should you go to defendant’s deposition?

Two search terms today, so two opportunities for me to go nuts. (Well, three, really…but you know what I’m talking about so I won’t specify.) (1) my lawyer filed a lawsuit but did not let me attend defendant’s deposition (2) … Continue reading

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“Top Five Inanimate Objects to Use as Your Lawyer”

From Lawyerist.com. At first I figured it was from Lowering the Bar but no. As an enticement and a giggle, below is the first illustration and paragraph from this marvelous, um. Piece of satire. I say this in case you … Continue reading

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