At the Tiny-Creatures-of-Madison Café...

... the snows have receded and we're seeing what we can cook up. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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What Good Can A Handgun Do Against An Army?

Recall when I said this? Do you suppose this would look like great land armies getting into formation at the edges of great fields of battle and marching towards each other?  What do you think such a messy civil war in America would look like?  Bubba would be wearing a Ghillie suit, shooting a bolt action rifle, or a modern sporting rifle, and after the shot you will never hear from him again – until the next one.  And you’ll never catch him.  Police will have to decide what side to take, and if...
Tags: Washington, America, Afghanistan, Military, Venezuela, Second Amendment, National Guard, Bubba, Red Dawn, Maturin, Mike Vanderboegh, Texas Air National Guard, Handgun Do Against An Army

The Brains Behind Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Some of you may have seen this, but for those who haven’t it might be a good primer on exactly where she comes from and who created her.  My only issue with it is that he fails to pull the thread on the Soros money that lies at the root of her success.
Tags: Politics, Military, Soros, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Expungement and Sealing: Expunged Petty Theft Misdemeanor Working at School District

My question involves criminal records for the state of: CA years ago going to 9 I was convicted of petty theft misdemeanor...I terminated probation early and expunged in 2013.. I am looking to apply at school district as a teachers assistant and I met all requirements. Final interview was a week ago all went well.They said they were checking references.A friend that I put as ref notifies they called her right away. I.have been truthfully honest since beginning of my past mistake it was during a...
Tags: Law, Criminal Records

Expunged Petty Theft Misdemeanor Working at School District

My question involves criminal law for the state of: CA/ 8 years ago going to 9 I was convicted of petty theft misdemeanor...I terminated probation early and expunged in 2013.. I am looking to apply at school district as a teachers assistant and I met all requirements. Final interview was a week ago all went well.They said they were checking references.A friend that I put as ref notifies they called her right away. I.have been truthfully honest since beginning of my past mistake it was during a ...
Tags: Law, Criminal Charges

The Trump Administration’s Relationship With Boeing Is Under Scrutiny After Crashes

Patrick Shanahan, Acting Secretary of Defense, told Congress that he welcomes an inspector general investigation into whether he violated any ethics rules by promoting Boeing Co. products while serving in the Trump Administration. Shanahan, who came to the Pentagon after spending more than three decades at Boeing, has routinely fended off questions about potential conflicts…
Tags: News, Congress, White House, Defense, Uncategorized, Military, Pentagon, Donald Trump, Boeing, Boeing Co, Shanahan, Trump Administration, Patrick Shanahan

What’s A Scandal Without A Lawsuit? — See Also

Of Course There's A Lawsuit: College admissions scandal edition. Law Firm Recruitment Is Up: Good news for law school grads. At Least They Still Have Their Sense Of Humor: No working elevators, of course... Biglaw Merger Mania: Is Allen & O'Melveny really going to happen? Law School Rankings Aren't Everything: I mean, they're still a lot, but not everything!
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Layoffs and Reductions in Force Cease and Desist

Requested to cease contact after told to apply for postions. This is in an at will state. Legal yes but ethical after being told I could apply is questionable to me. Can I get the cease and desist removed from my record?
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Sometimes You Have To Lose Before You Make To The Top Of The Biglaw Heap

Losing the presidency wasn't the end of his career.
Tags: Politics, Law, Biglaw, Trivia Question of the Day

Barbed Wire Fence in a Residential Lot

Alabama, my neighbor has erected a barbed wire fence along my residential yard, the barbs are at shoulder/neck hieght. Mowing along this fence has been very dangerous and caused injury... his lot goes along 3 yards all lined with barbs. Is there something i can do to have the barbs removed? Also he has no trespassing signs on the fence facing my yard. If anyone tresspassed theyd have to first trespass my yard so this guys sign is for me only There is no fence across the front and no sig...
Tags: Law, Alabama, Accidents and Injuries

The Formula For Success In Rainmaking: This Is Exactly What To Do — Truly!

Ultimately, success or failure comes down to a game of statistics.
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Life Estate

My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: Florida My father passed leaving a will. Aside from insurance policies he no longer had at death, he "bequeath(ed) the rest, residue & remainder of property, real, personal", etc., in fee, to his children. He "specifically, bequeath(ed) Life Estate in favor of" his ex wife whom he divorced in the 80's, but spent the past 17 years living with. Will further states, " She shall remain in sole possession of the home until she decides to move,...
Tags: Florida, Law, Estate Planning, Administration And Probate, Life Estate

Sandy Hook Plaintiffs' Case Survives On Single Claim

The Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled in the high-profile litigation arising out of the Sandy Hook that defendants may be liable on a theory of knowingly marketing the weapon for offensive operations From the majority opinion On December 14, 2012,... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
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Apple ad focuses on iPhone’s most marketable feature — privacy

Apple is airing a new ad spot focused on privacy today in primetime. The spot is visually cued, with no dialog and a simple tagline: Privacy. That’s iPhone. In a series of humorous vignettes, the message is driven home that sometimes you just want a little privacy. The spot has only one line of text otherwise, and it’s in keeping with Apple’s messaging on privacy over the long and short term. “If privacy matters in your life, it should matter to the phone your life is on.” The spot will air t...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, TC, Facebook, Human Rights, Privacy, Identity Management, Law, US, Tech, Ceo, United States, Digital Media, Tim Cook, Computing

"I’ve never seen so much hand movement. I said: 'Is he crazy or is that just the way he acts?'... Study it. I'm sure you'll agree."

Said Trump, apparently trying to get us to see crazy when we look at Beto O'Rourke.Here you are:Study it. If you studied it, did you agree with Trump? Yes. Beto seems crazy. Yes, it looks crazy, but Beto's just acting that way. There's a lot of hand movement, but it doesn't look crazy, just bad. Eh. Beto gestures. It's not a problem and it doesn't mean anything. Trump gestures a lot and to good effect. He's trying to inhibit Beto and trip him up. free pol...
Tags: Law, Gestures, BETO, Trump, Said Trump, Ann Althouse, Beto O'Rourke, Trump styles

SEC Fines Wedbush For Taking An IDGAF Approach To Employee Supervision

Even this SEC can't overlook 'a long-running pump-and-dump scheme targeting retail investors.'
Tags: Law, Finance, SEC

Petitions of the week

This week we highlight petitions pending before the Supreme Court that address, among other things, whether the time limit for seeking review in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit under 5 U.S.C. § 7703(b)(1)(A) can be extended, the constitutional limitation on venue selection in a criminal trial, and whether a federal court must grant a motion for a judgment of acquittal when the evidence is in equipoise. The petitions of the week are: Graviss v. Department of Defense 1...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Department Of Defense, United States, Hoffman, U S Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Renteria, Cases in the Pipeline, Graviss

"In Clinton v Jones, the United States Supreme Court held that separation of powers concerns did not preclude a federal lawsuit against a sitting President of the United States..."

"... based on unofficial acts allegedly committed by him before he assumed office. The Court expressly cautioned in that decision that different concerns, including the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution, might influence the result if such a case were brought against the President in state court. However, the Court did not rule that such a suit could or could not proceed. This matter gives us an opportunity to squarely address the question.... [S]ubjecting the President to a stat...
Tags: New York, Maryland, Law, Court, United States, Bill Clinton, Ny, Separation of Powers, Jones, Clinton, Donald J Trump, McCulloch, Executive Power, Ann Althouse, Federalism, Trump troubles

Law: Former top-10 pick Carter Stewart having delivery issues

It's been an up-and-down spring for Carter Stewart, who is back in the draft after failing to sign with the Braves.
Tags: Law, Baseball, Carter Stewart

March Into Spring CLE: Ethics In Elder Law, Real Estate & The Environment, And Immigration [Sponsored]

Your hunger for learning will be sated this month.
Tags: Law, Sponsored Content, Continuing Legal Education / CLE, Lawline

Do Adjacent Organic Search Results Constitute Trademark Infringement? Of Course Not…But…–America CAN! v. CDF

One of the screenshots from the complaint A charitable fundraising organization, America CAN!, has a registered trademark in the phrase “Write off the car, not the Kid.” The organization purports to help the education of high risk youths, and it claims that “100% of the net proceeds go to the kids.” So the “kid” in the trademarked phrase appears to refer to disadvantaged youths, not tax writeoffs for being a parent. As a parent, the pun didn’t work for me. The lawsuit relates to Make-a-Wish Nor...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Florida, Yahoo, Law, California, Marketing, America, Search Engines, Trademark, BPI, Ftc, Weber, Florida Bar, Cooper, Abraham

Traffic Accidents: Medical Bill Reimbursment

My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: Arizona Hopefully this is the correct forum for my question. My wife and I were involved in a rear ended collision. The at fault driver's insurance company has accepted liability. So, for our medical treatment we used our personal health insurance company and paid our co-pay's. So, I'm trying to figure out what is the insurance companies obligation is to reimburse for our medical expenses. Below is an example of one small Docto...
Tags: Law, Arizona, Bill, Accidents and Injuries

Pretrial Release; What is the Purpose of an Address

My question involves criminal law for the state of: Oregon My case is a federal case. For Pretrial Release, what is the criteria for an address? Can an address be mainly for mailing purposes and without me having to live there most of the time? Or does it have to be an actual place where I live somehow officially under some sort of set standard of living. I am planning on using a homeless shelter / homeless resource center for my address, of which they do provide mailing service. I am already re...
Tags: Law, Oregon, Criminal Procedure

How To Evolve Into A Tech-Savvy Law Firm [Sponsored]

A can't miss webinar on April 2 at 1 p.m. ET. Learn how a tech-savvy business can increase its revenue.
Tags: Technology, Law, Pwc, Biglaw, Legal Technology, Clio, Webinars, Sponsored Content, Webcast, Small Law Firms

When Life Gives You Broken Elevators, Make Bad Puns

Some 8-year-old out there has lost their joke book.
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

Man’s Phone Blocks Arrow From Attacker

A man's phone blocks an arrow fired by an attacker with a bow and arrow outside his home.... Read more... The post Man’s Phone Blocks Arrow From Attacker appeared first on
Tags: Hunting, Bowhunting Blog, Man's Phone Blocks Arrow

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