Elvis Has Returned To The Building

From the web page of the Tennessee Supreme Court The Tennessee Supreme Court ruled today that a lawsuit filed by Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. against the City of Memphis, Shelby County, and Memphis Basketball involving the construction of a 6,200-seat... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
Tags: Law, Elvis Presley Enterprises Inc, Legal Profession Prof, Memphis Shelby County, Memphis Basketball

An ex-girlfriend tipped off the FBI about an alleged US Capitol rioter after he called her a 'moron'

A pro-Trump rioters breaks into the US Capitol on January 6, 2021. Michael Nigro/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images Richard Michetti has been charged with entering restricted grounds at the US Capitol. The Pennsylvania man was turned in by his ex-girlfriend after he called her a 'moron'. She provided text messages and videos to the FBI. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. A Pennsylvania man was outed by his ex-girlfriend after trying to stop Congress from recogn...
Tags: Law, Congress, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Fbi, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Biden, Donald Trump, US District Court, Charles Davis, Trump, Capitol, US Capitol, Insurrection

At the Sunrise Café...

  ... you can talk about whatever you want. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse

The Details Of This State Attorney General’s Hit And Run Just Keep Getting Worse — See Also

A Dead Man's Glasses Found Inside South Dakota AG's Car: But remember, only misdemeanor charges were filed.  Paul Davis Is Taking His Stolen Election B.S. To A Bigger Audience: Since federal court doesn't seem too hospitable. Georgia Seeking Attorneys Fees: For having to defend against those terrible election cases. At Least She Believes In Masks: That's the point in pandemic life we're at, people.
Tags: Law, Georgia, South Dakota, Paul Davis, See Also

News Publishers Have Value Proposition Backwards on Facebook and Google

Maybe you’re following the discussion of the proposed Australian legislation that would require digital platforms such as Facebook and Google into negotiations to establish a price to be paid for news content that appears on their sites. A lot is at stake in how the world follows on as to Australia and how business models are developed to compensate various parties in this new age of news content circulation. Binding and mandatory arbitration clauses with awards that may favor news publ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Law, Australia, Uncategorized, Atlantic, New York Times, Rupert Murdoch, Mike Isaac, Seattle Times, Isaac, New York Times Google, Issac, Campbell Brown Facebook, Damien Cave, News Corp Facebook

Where Milbank Most Frequently Practices

A deep dive into the Biglaw leader's litigation practice.
Tags: Law, Biglaw, Trivia Question of the Day, Law Firm Transparency Project

Undercutting “Imposter Syndrome”: Bragging Better

In the recent Harvard Business Review article “Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome“, authors Ruchika Tulshyan and Jodi-Ann Burey discuss how imposter syndrome is rooted in systemic racism, classism, xenophobia, and other biases. They encourage us to overcome it by creating an environment that fosters different leadership styles and views diversity of racial, ethnic, and gender identities as just as professional. While we continue to work on changing our environments to dismantle bar...
Tags: Law, Meredith, Harvard Business Review, Practice Of Law, Meredith Fineman, Brag Better, Burey, Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome, Tulshyan, Ruchika Tulshyan, Jodi Ann Burey

Justices hear argument on whether “hot pursuit” for misdemeanors allows police to enter home without a warrant

The Supreme Court heard oral argument on Wednesday in the case of Arthur Lange, a northern California man convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol. The evidence used to convict Lange was obtained by a California highway patrol officer, who had followed Lange in... The post Justices hear argument on whether “hot pursuit” for misdemeanors allows police to enter home without a warrant appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, California, Lange, Merits Cases, Arthur Lange

Lawyers Should Thank And Compliment Each Other More Often

The legal profession doesn't have to be quite as adversarial as it is at times.
Tags: Law, Small Law Firms, Jordan Rothman

Merrick Garland Needs A Lot Of Lipstick To Pretty Up The Pig That The Justice Department Has Become

It's a tough job, but maybe someone who was supposed to be a Supreme Court justice can do it.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Government, Department Of Justice, Quote Of The Day, Merrick Garland, Justice Department Has Become

Judge Gets Censured For Unleashing His Fists Of Justice On Attorney

Yeah, punching a fellow member of the legal profession is a terrible idea.
Tags: Crime, Law, Violence, Legal Ethics, Punches, State Judges, Sam Roberts, Robert Beltrani

Key Considerations For Modern Document Management [Sponsored]

Here are a few questions that legal operations specialists should ask to ensure they are picking the right document and email management solution for their in-house teams.
Tags: Technology, Law, Sponsored Content, In-House Counsel, Document Management System, Imanage, Legal Operations

It's a grind.

[Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Food, Video, Law, Ann Althouse, Althouse + Meade

"His inappropriate gestures became more frequent. He gave roses to female staffers on Valentine’s Day and arranged to have one delivered to me..."

"... the only one on my floor. A signed photograph of the Governor appeared in my closed-door office while I was out. These were not-so-subtle reminders of the Governor exploiting the power dynamic with the women around him. In 2018, I was promoted to Deputy Secretary for Economic Development and Special Advisor to the Governor. I initially turned the job down — not because I didn’t want the responsibility or work but because I didn’t want to be near him. I finally accepted the position at the G...
Tags: New York, Law, New York City, Andrew Cuomo, Economic Development, Cuomo, New Republic, Third Avenue, Ann Althouse, Alex Pareene, Lindsey Boylan, Stephanie Benton

Dead Man’s Glasses Found INSIDE South Dakota AG’s Car

This story just keeps getting more horrific.
Tags: Crime, Law, Government, South Dakota AG, Jason Ravnsborg

The hat is back...

 ... and a new head too. A tiny head... but a head nonetheless:  Yesterday, the head and hat were gone. Two days ago, the full-sized head was there, with the hat, and the overall effect was much more sprightly and exuberant, with the cane flung upward as if dancing like Fred Astaire. Today, with the warmer weather, the snow is sagging, and the snowman, bent over, seems to be using the cane like an old man who needs a cane. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Snow, Fred Astaire, Ann Althouse

"A female passenger in an evening gown ran from the car, climbed the stone parapet along the Tidal Basin and... leaped headfirst into the frigid, inky water. Her splashdown would ripple into one of the capital’s most infamous sex scandals."

From "Fanne Foxe, ‘Argentine Firecracker’ at center of D.C. sex scandal, dies at 84" (WaPo). Standing near the car — drunk and bleeding — was her paramour, 65-year-old Wilbur Mills, the gravelly voiced chairman of the tax-writing U.S. House Ways and Means Committee and a man esteemed as a pillar of Bible Belt rectitude and respectability. The Arkansas Democrat, an ascetic grind who shepherded Medicare and other influential legislation through Congress, was also widely regarded as the most powerf...
Tags: Law, Congress, History, Arkansas, Medicare, Coke, Democratic, Mills, Tidal Basin, Ann Althouse, Battistella, Wilbur Mills, U S House Ways and Means Committee, Fanne Foxe, Annabel Battistella

People Who Believe In Literal Truth Of Bronze Age Fairy Tales More Likely To Spread Disinformation

So it's come to this: We have to actively state the fact that Hillary Clinton is not a cannibal.
Tags: Law, Bible, Hillary Clinton, Vaccine, Evangelicals, Disinformation, Stupid Lawyer Tricks, Literally True

Seeking the west coast of Yorkshire | Brief letters

Charity coffers | David Cameron | Hard crosswords | Yorkshire | Johnson’s journalism | Vaccine passportsBefore asking for government bailouts (UK charities urgently call on PM to set up emergency fund, 17 February), big charities should spend their own reserves. Cancer Research UK entered the pandemic with over £300m in the bank; the National Trust had £320m. I would urge everybody to be as generous as possible to charities, but choose carefully. You don’t want to see your hard-earned gift being...
Tags: Politics, UK, David Cameron, Society, UK News, Poverty, Charities, Voluntary sector, Geology, Cameron, Yorkshire, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Cancer Research UK, National Trust, Cheshire Continue

Calls for mandatory Covid jabs conflict with Britons' right to say no

Analysis: idea is not as simple as it seems, due to the fact vaccination is not mandatory under UK lawCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe UK government has always said there will be no compulsory Covid vaccination. It is only nervously dipping a toe in the waters of the vaccine passport issue, which could have implications for those who do not have one. But some employers appear prepared to dive straight in. “No jab, no job,” says Charlie Mullins, who runs Pimlico Plu...
Tags: Health, UK, Society, UK News, Vaccines and immunisation, Charlie Mullins, Coronavirus, Barchester Healthcare, Pete Calveley

New commentary calling for Prez Biden to revive the US Sentencing Commission

In this post earlier this month, I wondered aloud about when we might reasonably expect Prez Biden to make needed appointments to the US Sentencing Commission.  This issue remained on my mind when I was recently asked to write a commentary for ASU's new Crime and Justice News site.   Specifically, I decided to write on "Reviving the U.S. Sentencing Commission," and here is an excerpt from this commentary (links from original): [F]ederal sentencing politics and policy development have transforme...
Tags: Law, Obama, Congress, Obama Administration, Senate, US, Commission, Biden, Frankel, Asu, Trump, Douglas A Berman, U S Sentencing Commission, US Sentencing Commission, Trump Administration, Pennsylvania Board of Pardons

Covid relief loan recipient enjoyed $150k shopping spree, say cops

Police say someone in North Carolina lied to get a Covid relief loan, then headed to Nieman Marcus, Nordstrom and Louis Vuitton with the cash in hand. The release said Clifton applied in March for a Small Business Administration loan designed to provide relief to existing businesses harmed by pandemic shutdowns. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Crime, News, Law, Fraud, North Carolina, Louis Vuitton, Clifton, Small Business Administration, COVID, Nieman Marcus Nordstrom

"Gallup's latest update on lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender identification finds 5.6% of U.S. adults identifying as LGBT."

"The current estimate is up from 4.5% in Gallup's previous update based on 2017 data." When I was in college, 50 years ago, the student group devoted to gay rights was called "The 10 Percent Society." The name was based on the broadly held belief that 10% of the population is gay. That wasn't even counting bisexual or transgender. Just gay and lesbian. Not too many people were open about it back then, but we were told to think that gay people were all around — 1 in 10 people. So I think 5.6% is ...
Tags: Law, Homosexuality, Polls, Gallup, Ann Althouse, Gen Zers

Negative for COVID

Nearly a year ago, in the midst of pandemic, a team led by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, with the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center and Air Mobility Command, partnered with more than a dozen other military and civilian organizations to respond to U.S. Transportation Command’s Joint Urgent Operational Need request to develop equipment and procedures for the high capacity airlift of COVID-19 patients on mobility aircraft like the C-17 Globemaster III and C-130 Hercules...
Tags: Europe, Ebola, Amc, Africa, Atlanta, Department Of Defense, Military, Korea, Delta, West Africa, Michigan, Vietnam, Air Force, Wood, Mach, Cpc

About that neckace.

I went out running this morning to catch the dawn...   ... and as I was running, I was thinking about the post I'd just put up at 6:23. (The photograph was taken at 6:45.) The post talked about a WaPo columnist who had pasted together a ramshackle argument that rested absurdly heavily on a couple things Trump's nominee for ambassador to Germany had said about how women look — that Hillary Clinton was "starting to look like Madeleine Albright" and that Rachel Maddow ought to "take a breath and p...
Tags: Jewelry, Photography, Isis, Rachel Maddow, Law, Germany, Looks, Hillary Clinton, Homosexuality, Sunrise, Jesus, Msnbc, Jesus Christ, Trump, Dylan, Maddow

ILTA Will Hold Live Conference in August

There has been much speculation within the legal industry about when live conferences will return. Now we know. The International Legal Technology Association said today its annual ILTACON conference in August will be a hybrid event, with both in-person programming and live-streamed educational content and sessions. The in-person conference will take place in Las Vegas Aug. 22-26, 2021, and will include an in-person exhibit hall. In a press release this morning, ILTA said it is committed to maki...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Las Vegas, International Legal Technology Association, ILTA, ILTACON

Will President Trump’s Tax Return Problems Continue To Follow Him?

There is something we mortals can learn from this. Tax returns are not safe from a criminal investigation.
Tags: Law, Donald Trump, Tax Law, Trump, Steven Chung

Coronavirus Update 2-24-2021: How much does it cost an employer for not following COVID-19 safety rules?

OSHA has cited a Missouri auto parts manufacturer for failing to implement and enforce coronavirus protections, which ultimately lead to an employee's death. The details, from OSHA's news release.Two machine operators … who jointly operated a press tested positive for the coronavirus just two days apart, in late August 2020. The two workers typically labored for hours at a time less than two feet apart; neither wore a protective facial mask consistently. Ten days later, two more workers operati...
Tags: Law, Missouri, OSHA, Jon Hyman, Mick Haupt

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