A blog hosting service for sources

Technologist and the founder of blogging, Dave Winer, blogged this week that if he were the CEO of The New York Times he would start a blog hosting service, with Times branding. People would know, per Winer, that this is blog space, not editorial space. Blogs would be sources, from which the Times editorial people would be encouraged to quote. Winer would also recruit people whose ideas were valuable enough to be otherwise quoted in the Times to begin to blog – or at least offer them a ...
Tags: Law, Blogging, New York Times, Times, Dave Winer, Winer, Bob Ambrogi, Melissa Lin

At the Light Gray Café...

... you can stay up all night. And you can shop at Amazon through the Althouse Portal. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Amazon, Law, Drawing, Rats, Ann Althouse, Light Gray Café

Business Ownership: Transfer of a Fictitious Name and Debts

My question involves business law in the state of: PA My father had a registered fictitious name and passed 5 years ago. I would like to transfer ownership of that name to me so I can use it for my consulting business. I do not know if he had any debts related to this business entity. Upon his death he had no will and no property so was insolvent. Is there a risk of debts being transfered to me by filing the required paperwork to transfer ownership of the entity? If so, how could I resesrc...
Tags: Law, Business Law

Parking Tickets: Can I Fight This Parking Ticket in Chicago

My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of: Chicago, Illinois I recently got a parking ticket and wish to contest it. There was no "No Parking" sign anywhere near where I was parked; in fact, there's a stump where a sign used to be. I believe this ticket is unfair and would like to fight it. However, I do not own the vehicle that was cited (I borrowed it from my girlfriend). When I went online to request a contest, it required that you declare that you're the registered owner of ...
Tags: Law, Chicago, Moving Violations, Parking And Traffic Tickets, Chicago Illinois

Drug Possession: How to Request Postponement and What to Do Beyond

My question involves criminal law for the state of: New Jersey I was in an Atlantic City casino and accidentally left my bag somewhere. Security took it and searched through it and found about 1 gram of marijuana and the bowl I used which counts as paraphernalia. Unfortunately the charges don't appear to differentiate between 1 gram and 40. When I went to claim my bag I was arrested and banned from the property for life. My main priority is to be allowed back into the casino (I'm a poker pro and...
Tags: Law, New Jersey, Atlantic City, Criminal Charges

Reminder: SCOTUSblog is hiring

The blog and  Goldstein & Russell, P.C. , are looking for someone to serve as both the firm manager for Goldstein & Russell, P.C., and the deputy manager of SCOTUSblog. The principal responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to: Administrative work for the firm and in particular for Tom Goldstein, the firm’s managing partner; Scheduling travel, which may entail making frequent last-minute changes and arrangements, sometimes during off hours; Assisting with case coverage; C...
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Motion Standards

My question involves criminal law for the state of: Oregon My case is a federal case in the state of Oregon. I have a motion to represent myself and release myself on personal recognizance. In my motion I have written 'I, defendant [], remove my attorney [] from representing me, and now represent myself. I am also releasing myself on personal recognizance to fight and defend my case.' I have additional information for the motion but I figure it is standard to put extra info in a memorandum separ...
Tags: Law, Oregon, Criminal Procedure

When It Comes To Bonuses, Better Late Than Never — See Also

Cooley Gave Out Special Bonuses: It's eight months after the rest of market, but still nice! Milbank Gets A New Look: And a new location. Friday Is Meme Day: Fun! Come For The Schadenfreude, Stay For The Jokes: Patriots owner Robert Kraft arrested for solicitation. 
Tags: Law, Patriots, Cooley, Robert Kraft, See Also

Suspended For Now

The Law Society of Upper Canada Tribunal Hearing Division imposed an interlocutory suspension of a paralegal facing criminal charges Mr. Hildyard attended today and requested an adjournment on the basis that he’s just received disclosure from the Crown with respect... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
Tags: Law, Legal Profession Prof, Bar Discipline & Process, Hildyard

Bar Alleges Inappropriate Remarks And Facebook Posts

The Detroit Free Press reports A prominent metro Detroit attorney is facing new claims of professional misconduct for allegedly mouthing off to a young female prosecutor and then, in a Facebook rant, misrepresenting what happened. The Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
Tags: Facebook, Law, Michigan, Detroit, Facebook Posts, Detroit Free Press, Legal Profession Prof, Bar Discipline & Process

Legislation filed to abolish driver surcharges

Yesterday, Texas Senate State Affairs Committee Chairwoman Joan Huffman and House Appropriations Committee Chairman John Zerwas filed companion bills which appear to be the leadership-driven abolition proposal for the Driver Responsibility Program (DRP) that will be the main focus this session. SB 918 and HB 2048 aren't perfect, but they're certainly headed in the right direction. The bills suggest an array of new funding sources for trauma hospitals, most of which are less objectionable than t...
Tags: Texas, Budget, Law, Federal Reserve, Legislature, House Appropriations Committee, Joan Huffman, Gritsforbreakfast, Driver Responsibility Fee, DRP, Lege, DWI, Yesterday Texas Senate State Affairs Committee, John Zerwas

"Accommodations that would seem unusual at another office seem perfectly reasonable to the employees at Auticon."

"At the Culver City office, overhead lights bothered one or two colleagues so much that everyone agreed to work without artificial lights, so that often, by the end of the day, they are all working in pitch darkness, rectangles of soft, bright light from their computers illuminating their faces. Absences, in general, are not encouraged, but they are accepted as a cost of doing business with a population that often experiences depression. Managers adjust, within reason, to their employees’ bounda...
Tags: Law, Careers, Autism, United States, Culver City, Ann Althouse, Light And Shade, Auticon

"Senator Amy Klobuchar was hungry, forkless and losing patience.... She pulled a comb from her bag and began eating the salad with it.... Then she handed the comb to her staff member with a directive: Clean it."

She = Amy Klobuchar, as described, based on 4 witnesses, in "How Amy Klobuchar Treats Her Staff" (NYT).Grossest use of a comb since Paul Wolfowitz.... [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Etiquette, Amy Klobuchar, Paul Wolfowitz, Ann Althouse, Wolfowitz

Invention-Theft Charges against Goodyear Revived by the Federal Circuit

by Dennis Crouch Coda Development v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber (Fed. Cir. 2019) Coda and Goodyear cooperated in a project to commercialize self-inflating tire technology invented by the CEO of Czech-based Coda (Hrabal).  Coda shared its information as well as functional prototypes with Goodyear representatives, including Robert Benedict.  At the meeting Benedict photographed the prototype without permission (after asking to be left alone for a moment).  All of this sharing was done under a non-disc...
Tags: Law, China, Ohio, Patent, Goodyear, Benedict, Federal Circuit, Plaintiffs, Coda, Losey, Dennis Crouch Coda Development, Goodyear Tire Rubber Fed, Coda Hrabal Coda, Robert Benedict, Coda Goodyear, Hrabal

Unsealed Testimony Sharpens Focus Of Amazon-Berkshire-JPMorgan Healthcare Venture

According to ABJ COO Jack Stoddard, the initial focus of the collaborative is gathering data and researching the levers that drive costs and prices in healthcare.
Tags: Law, Health Care / Medicine, Jack Stoddard

Lawyers’ E-Discovery Competence Improving, Judges in Survey Say

The majority of federal judges believe that the lawyers who appear before them show an adequate level of knowledge and expertise in e-discovery matters, according to a recently published survey. Even so, most judges say they have had to take affirmative action, such as issue a warning or require additional conferences, to get lawyers to address an e-discovery problem. These are among the findings of Judges Survey 2019, an e-discovery survey of 264 sitting and retired federal judges. The survey w...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Duke Law School, Bob Ambrogi, Exterro, EDRM

Speeding Tickets: Red Light Camera Capturing a Speed-Request for Discovery

Sherwood, Oregon; Not only does it capture Red light Violations, but also speed, since when? What is the best way to fight one of these said infractions? Can a request for discovery still be obtained for these Red Light Camera speeding citations? Thank you
Tags: Law, Moving Violations, Parking And Traffic Tickets, Red Light Camera, Sherwood Oregon

"Not capable of or liable to sin; exempt from the possibility of sinning or doing wrong."

I'm looking up "impeccable" because I'm reading the statement released by lawyers for Jussie Smollett:"Mr. Smollett is a young man of impeccable character and integrity who fiercely and solemnly maintains his innocence and feels betrayed by a system that apparently wants to skip due process and proceed directly to sentencing."The quote in the post title is the OED's definition of that very strong word "impeccable." I wonder how much the lawyers thought about the selection of that adjective and w...
Tags: Writing, Law, Sin, Jussie Smollett, Smollett, Ann Althouse

‘Altered Carbon’ Season 2 Cast Announcement Video Shows Off Some New Sleeves

Altered Carbon is coming back for an all-new body-swapping season. There’s no footage of the Netflix show’s new episodes yet, but there is a new cast announcement video, full of some new faces, and some familiar ones as well. Watch the Altered Carbon season 2 cast announcement video below, and try not to blow your stack. Altered Carbon Season 2 Cast Announcement  Say hello to the cast of Altered Carbon season 2. There’s Anthony Mackie as Takeshi Kovacs, Simone Missick as Trepp, Dina Shi...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Society, Netflix, Richard, Altered Carbon, Laeta Kalogridis, Takeshi Kovacs, Kovacs, Laurens Bancroft, Bancroft, Anthony Mackie, Chris Conner, Joel Kinnaman, Richard K Morgan

Now available on Oyez: This week’s oral argument audio aligned with the transcripts

Oyez has posted the aligned audio and transcripts from this week’s oral arguments at the Supreme Court. The court heard argument this week in: Return Mail Inc. v. United States Postal Service Mission Product Holdings Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC   The post Now available on Oyez: This week’s oral argument audio aligned with the transcripts appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Oyez, Merits Cases, Tempnology LLC, Return Mail Inc

Nothing Deflates Balls Faster Than A Patriots Prostitution Arrest

Well, this is... well, actually kind of expected.
Tags: Law, Prostitution, Football, Sports, Human Trafficking, Bob Kraft

"What trips up Kamala Harris is an evident desire to please her audience. She wants no enemies to her left, no identity politics left untouched."

"She can't run as a prosecutor—crime fighting is so 1990s—but she can run as brash, bold, and woke. Her verbal miscues are possible evidence that this latest political fashion doesn't quite fit," writes Matthew Continetti at Free Beacon.He describes 3 recent incidents. One is something we discussed a few days ago, here, her inability to handle a predictable question about Jussie Smollett. Another, as Continetti sees it, was that on her televised town hall, she didn't seem ready to handle questio...
Tags: Law, Marijuana, Insurance, Jamaica, Kamala Harris, Jussie Smollett, Matthew Continetti, Ann Althouse, Continetti, Jussie Smollett Another as Continetti

Exploring The Tragedy Of Wrongful Convictions At The Heart Of FOX’s ‘Proven Innocent’

Wrongful convictions receive the spotlight they deserve on FOX's new show.
Tags: Television, Law, Fox, Wrongful Conviction, Criminal Justice, Proven Innocent

Evidence: Sueing for Breach of Contract

My question involves court procedures for the state of: UT (However I believe it's also PA, because the business is located in PA. The contract was signed by me in UT.) I've got a small claims suit in about two weeks. I'm suing my publisher for breach of contract. They're a self-publisher; I paid them about $3k to print books and get a package that included a website. It's been two years, this company basically can't find their ass with both hands, a flashlight, and a special ass map. The absol...
Tags: Law, Civil Procedure

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