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28
Sep 2012
The Disappearing Judge

The Disappearing Judge

The judge who just disappeared.

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22
Oct 2012
Lawyers: Rulers of the Known Universe

Lawyers: Rulers of the Known Universe

Do lawyers still rule the universe? We risk our license and look at that universe.

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12
Aug 2010

An Inconvenient Truth's Inconvenient Truth

There is an inconvenient truth about Al Gore's global warming movie. And it took a judge to ream him out for the wrong rating it received. It's partly science fiction.

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15
May 2012
To Infinity and Beyond: Cyborg v. Carter, Clinton and Others

To Infinity and Beyond: Cyborg v. Carter, Clinton and Others

It's just a tough time right now for cyborg litigants.

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09
Jul 2011
Earthquake Law: Christchurch, New Zealand's Shake Chaos

Earthquake Law: Christchurch, New Zealand's Shake Chaos

An act of God shakes Christchurch and her justice system all to Hell and back. » Continue Reading

08
Jan 2010
Theo Fleury, True-Crime Confession

Theo Fleury, True-Crime Confession

Media goes goo-goo gaa-gaa over child sexual abuse survivor ex-professional hockey player Theo Fleury even though autobiography relishes in tales of his own unlawful conduct.

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03
Aug 2012
Liability Issues Erupt Over Popular Hip Replacement Options

Liability Issues Erupt Over Popular Hip Replacement Options

Fascinating hip surgery legal spat leaves hobbled patients in the lurch.

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12
May 2012
In Extremis Justice: The Baby Joseph Tragedy

In Extremis Justice: The Baby Joseph Tragedy

Morality, right-to-life, law, justice and money all collide in this perfect storm.

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18
Sep 2013
Justice Gustin Reichbach - A Fighter Until His Clock Ran Out

Justice Gustin Reichbach - A Fighter Until His Clock Ran Out

When Mr. Justice Gustin Reichbach of the New York Supreme Court got a whiff of legal idiocy, he would go nose to nose with the law if need be, and fight even until his clock ran out.

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08
Sep 2008

The Art Of Trial: Private and Confidential!

Trial, for the layperson (read "non-lawyer") is a source of tremendous stress and nervousness. You rarely see standing-room only line-ups at the public galleries of the Courthouse. But for lawyers, they are masochistic labours of love; a chunk of time where the stress is through the roof but so, too, is the intensity.

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