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Sep 5, 2014

Posner notable, quotable in same-sex marriage decision

Maybe I wasn't reading as many tweets about prior same-sex marriage decisions, but I don't remember seeing nearly as many memorable quotes as I did Thursday.

Sep 4, 2014

LAWBIZ COACHES CORNER: A lesson from Red Lobster

Let’s talk about Red Lobster. Yes, the seafood restaurant chain. You may be asking yourself, “What does Red Lobster have to do with the practice of law?” The answer is, “They are both businesses.”

Sep 4, 2014

Sheboygan burglar caught in act of raiding fridge

A 39-year-old Sheboygan man was charged with three counts of burglary after being caught in a victim's kitchen eating leftovers from the fridge:

Sep 3, 2014

Put a sock on it

Indiana attorney Todd Glickfield hates socks and has a habit of appearing in court with bare feet stuffed into his shoes. Now's he facing sanctions:

Sep 3, 2014

Top-10 ridiculous reasons why people have been arrested

From taking a spider hostage to a banana assault, it is hard to believe what these criminals got arrested for:

Sep 3, 2014

Alaska town spends $7K defending mayor’s $37.50 fine

The city of Fairbanks, Alaska, has spent about $7,000 so far to fight a $37.50 fine the state’s election law regulatory body levied on the city mayor:

Sep 3, 2014

Online tools to streamline your email

These days we spend an awful lot of time sorting through and responding to emails. Oftentimes, email ping pong can take up a tremendous amount of time as we attempt to schedule meetings or phone calls on dates and times that work well for a group of invitees.

Sep 2, 2014

Fantasy football: Time to get in the game?

They’re almost here: those crisp, autumn Sunday afternoons that many football fans barely notice, as they are inevitably glued to their televisions and mobile devices.

Sep 2, 2014

Chippewa Falls man charged after girl eats pot-laced chocolate

CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. (AP) — A Chippewa Falls man whose daughter was sickened after eating a marijuana-laced chocolate bar faces three criminal charges: 

Aug 29, 2014

Judge seeks to stay on bench after ‘serial drunkenness’

For years, Broward County Judge Gisele Pollack has been the one who offers a second chance. This week, in papers filed with the Florida Supreme Court, she's asking for one.

Aug 29, 2014

BEV BUTULA: Seven keys to construction law

The law firm of Watt, Tieder, Hoffar & Fitzgerald, LLP publishes a document that may be beneficial to construction lawyers.

Aug 28, 2014

Legal Writing Notebook: It’s Time To Break Up With Initial Caps

Initial caps are helpful, of course: they are the time-honored way to show a reader that This Is Important.


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