Category Archives: I. Communicating with lawyers

Facts of Life: American judiciary going to the dogs

Or cats. Meow. (See below for reference.) Gee, I’ll bet you think I’m referring to the Texas federal judge’s peculiar and highly derided decision that the entire ACA is unconstitutional. Which he held until the 2018 election was over, but … Continue reading

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Communicating with the Lawyer: how not to behave if you date one

Kevin Underhill’s Lowering the Bar has an occasional series called Assorted Stupidity, which he numbers. Today, a case he cites at #110 brings up the important bit of etiquette inscribed in the title, above. Assorted Stupidity #110 Jan 22, 2018 … Continue reading

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Milo Esq doesn’t understand the discovery process

I know we’re all on tenterhooks about Milo Yiannopoulos’s legal struggles with Simon & Schuster, especially now that he’s acting as his own attorney. No? So what are you on tenterhooks over? (And what are tenterhooks*, anyway?) From today’s Publisher’s … Continue reading

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