Tag Archives: law and the courts

Warning about suing a corporation in some state courts

I saw this today on the Brennan Center’s web site. If corporations (you know, those things that are people, too) can buy judges, what will be left of our trust in government? Report Finds Big Business Influence in Some State … 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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Ohio judge jails lawyer for wearing ‘BLM’ pin

Yes, he did. But no, he shouldn’t have. Ohio judge Robert Milich gets himself cited in the growing narrative about lousy judges, whose prejudices against women and, especially, minority women glare as ominously as does the First Amendment-defying “In [g]od … Continue reading

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