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Invention of a Slave: 2021 Redux

by Dennis Crouch Tormasi v. Western Digital, Docket No. 20-1396 (Supreme Court 2021) Walter Tormasi is a prisoner in the New Jersey state prison system. He is serving a life sentence for murdering his mother when he was 16 years old after apparently receiving encouragement from his father, Attila. Tormasi is also a patentee.  His U.S. Patent No. 7,324,301 covers a computer hard-drive that allows for “simultaneously and independently” reading and/or writing on different carrier surfaces within t...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, United States, New Jersey, Patent, Western Digital, Lewis, Trenton, Chen, Casey, Federal Circuit, Stoll, Wallach, John Kane, New Jersey New Jersey, Brooks Kushman

"Many of us view the practice of pronoun declaration as asking us to sign on to an ideology we do not share: that we all have an internal gender identity..."

"... which may or may not 'match' our sex, and that the third-person pronoun someone uses to describe us should reflect this identity rather than our sex. People call me 'she' because that is the third-person pronoun we generally use to describe female humans (and other animals), and I take that to mean nothing more than that they have correctly recognized me as female. However, announcing that 'my pronouns are she/her' would mean something very different: an indication that 'woman' represents m...
Tags: Supreme Court, Bullying, Law, Planned Parenthood, Etiquette, China, Religion, Transgender, Autism, Grammar, Casey, Ann Althouse, Gender Difference, Althouse, Darth, Gender Privacy

One new case, two issues of appellate procedure

The Relist Watch column examines cert petitions that the Supreme Court has “relisted” for its upcoming conference. A short explanation of relists is available here. A lot of movement on the relist front this week. The court granted review in relisted cases involving the first two amendments to the U.S. Constitution, summarily overturned a court of appeals decision in a relisted habeas case for the second time in a month, and denied leave to file an “original jurisdiction” lawsuit between two st...
Tags: Health, Featured, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, United States, Johnson, DOE, Ericsson, Tcl, Ortiz, Scott, HARRIS, Allen, Dobbs, Fifth Third Bancorp

Valspar Championship Preview: Copperhead Course At Innisbrook ‘Doesn’t Necessarily Just Play To One Style,’ Says CBS Sports Trevor Immelman

(CBS Miami) — COVID forced the cancellation of the Valspar Championship in 2020, along with many other events. But this week the PGA Tour returns to the Copperhead Course at Innisbrook Golf Resort, the last stop of the season in Florida. Fans will be allowed in as well, though attendance will be capped at about 20 percent of capacity. Paul Casey will look to complete the three-peat, something that’s happened only eight times at a PGA Tour event in the last four decades. (And six of those belong ...
Tags: Florida, Sports, Pga Tour, Patrick Reed, Dustin Johnson, Johnson, CBS Sports, Paul Casey, Thomas, Reed, Casey, VALSPAR, Arnold Palmer, Justin Thomas, Trevor Immelman, Immelman

McKibbin has A-list game for debut but no Plan-B

Tom McKibbin. Photograph by Darren Carroll in 2019 Tom McKibbin has been hailed as the new Rory McIlroy, but the Holywood hotshot admits he's got no Plan B as he makes his professional debut in the Tenerife Open.The Co Down star (18) enjoyed a stellar amateur career, winning a host of prestigious under 18 titles and putting in some eye-catching perfor...
Tags: US, Sport, Ireland, Graeme Mcdowell, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Pga Tour, University of Florida, Paul Casey, Moynihan, Rory, McIlroy, Casey, VALSPAR, Hume, Holywood

Is there an "adultification bias" that "uniquely plagues Black girls"?

I'm reading "The Columbus mayor called Ma’Khia Bryant a ‘young woman.’ Here’s why people are angry. Some said it exemplified ‘adultification bias’ against the Black 16-year-old girl who was fatally shot by police" (The Lily/WaPo): Earlier that night, Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther (D) took to Twitter to share news of the killing, calling Ma’Khia a “young woman.” Replies quickly poured in, noting that Ma’Khia was a child — not an adult. At the news conference a few hours later, Ginther acknowledge...
Tags: Crime, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, Police, Court, Journalism, Teenagers, Abortion, Ohio, Bill, Columbus, Jim Crow, Black, Jones, Montgomery

These Anaheim teens tackle adolescent issues on ‘Teenager Therapy’ podcast

When Gael Aitor heard “Couples Therapy,” a podcast by husband-and-wife Casey and Candice Neistat about the ups and downs of marriage, he was hooked. He related to their conversations, even though Aitor is an unmarried teenager in Anaheim. It also sparked an idea: create a podcast like “Couples Therapy” but with teenagers talking about the ups and downs of being a teen. Then 15, Aitor gathered four fellow high school sophomores, Mark Hugo, Thomas Pham, Kayla Suarez and Isaac Hurtado, and the five...
Tags: Apple, Sport, Soccer, Prince Harry, Harry, Oprah, Apple Store, Suarez, Northridge, Klos, Anaheim, Orange County Register, Meghan, Montecito, KROQ, Casey

Two Sixth Amendment claims and an ERISA lawsuit

The Relist Watch column examines cert petitions that the Supreme Court has “relisted” for its upcoming conference. A short explanation of relists is available here. The Supreme Court didn’t have a conference last week, so it has more on its plate for this Friday’s conference than usual: 278 cases are scheduled for review. The court will likely be paying special attention to three of them, which are this week’s new relists. The court will be considering each of them for a second time. Two of the...
Tags: Health, New York, Texas, Featured, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, California, United States, Ibm, Cia, Johnson, Abu Zubaydah, Central Intelligence Agency, Wells Fargo, Scott

Clippers’ Reggie Jackson, Luke Kennard left positive impression in Detroit

When Detroit Pistons head coach Dwane Casey looked out on the court Sunday, and again Wednesday, he caught sight of a pair of players of whom he’d grown quite fond. A couple of guys on the Clippers. Casey coached both Reggie Jackson and Luke Kennard as members of the Pistons, and he spoke of what he learned about both men on Sunday before the Clippers beat Detroit in the first of two meetings in four days, 131-124, behind 33 points from Marcus Morris Sr. (who also played for the Pistons for two ...
Tags: Sports, Toronto, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Jackson, Reggie Jackson, Detroit, Detroit Pistons, Pistons, Paul George, Morris, Luke, Clippers, Reggie, Serge Ibaka

The Geek in Review Ep. 112 – Dan Packel on the Rise of Distributed Law Firms

Over the past year, many of us have said “I guess all law firms are virtual law firms now.” While that may technically be true, there are many firms whose business model is based on being a virtual firm. Dan Packel from The American Lawyer gives us a primer on Distributed Law Firms like Fisher Broyles, Ramon, Taylor English and Duma, and Culhane Meadows and how they operate without a physical environment. While many of these firms may fly below the radar for many biglaw firms, distributed firms ...
Tags: Apple, Podcast, New York, Texas, Law, California, Boston, Uncategorized, United States, South Dakota, New Jersey, Kansas City, Council, Rhode Island, Baker, Biglaw

"Why Is the Supreme Court Hesitating on Abortion?"

Asks Ed Kilgre at Intelligencer. Mississippi petitioned for SCOTUS review [in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization] last June, of course; the whole point of the state’s provocative law [banning abortion after 15 weeks] was to invite the Court to [overrule] or significantly modify Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the landmark decisions establishing and affirming a constitutional right to abortion. The Dobbs case has repeatedly been on the list for discussion at the Court’s c...
Tags: Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, Court, Abortion, Dobbs, Roberts, Roe, Casey, Kavanaugh, Ed Kilgore, Ann Althouse, Jackson Women 's Health Organization, Supreme Court Hesitating, Ed Kilgre, Intelligencer Mississippi

Casey Flaherty Leaves Baker McKenzie To Join Legal Tech Collective LexFusion

D. Casey Flaherty, who for the last two years has been director of legal project management at global law firm Baker McKenzie, and who developed the Procertas technology training and benchmarking platform, has joined LexFusion, a go-to-market collective of legal technology companies launched last October. He comes to the company as chief strategy officer, as well as third cofounder, joining the original two cofounders Joe Borstein, chief executive officer, and Paul Stroka, chief customer officer...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Kia, Kia Motors, Casey, Ernst Young, Altman, Flaherty, Baker McKenzie, Casey Flaherty, Thomson Reuters Legal Managed Services, Joe Borstein, Priori Legal, Borstein, Haley Altman, Basha Rubin

Comment on baked feta with tomatoes and chickpeas by Casey

Such a simple yet delicious and satisfying recipe! Perfect for quick, healthy meal that you just need to whip up on a whim. I had some leftover steamed cauliflower from the night before and threw it into the pan at the same time as the chickpeas and it soaked up all the delicious juices and flavors. I also didn’t have feta on hand so I threw in a handful of mozzarella balls during the last few minutes to heat them up and it was delicious. Thanks so much for another wonderful recipe!!
Tags: Food, Casey

Dead Indian Wars – review

Author: Clark Casey First Published: 2018 Contains spoilers The blurb : After fending off an attack by the werewolf pack, the saloon is in shambles and half of the dead outlaws have been sent to Hell. Nigel, the lone vampire, takes up the job of sheriff in order to protect the only living boy in Damnation. A second vampire, with whom Nigel has some history and still bears a grudge, comes to town. To make matters worse, an army of angry Indian warriors arrive, and they're not too keen on sharin...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Nigel, Martin, Casey, Amazon UK, Vampire, Werewolf, Separate Species, Clark Casey

Toni Collette Sets Directorial Debut With Writers and Lovers Adaptation

Toni Collette sets directorial debut with Writers and Lovers adaptation Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Toni Collette (Knives Out) is finally gearing up to step into the director’s chair as she has signed on to helm a feature adaptation of Lily King’s New York Times bestselling novel Writers and Lovers, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Michael B. Jordan to Helm Creed III, MGM Sets Thanksgiving 2022 Release Published just last week, King’s novel centers on Casey Peabody, ...
Tags: Movies, Massachusetts, King, Michael B Jordan, Jodie Foster, Golden Globe, Collette, Casey, Harvard Square, Nick Payne, Toni Collette, Yorgos Lanthimos, Willem Dafoe, Movie News, Sarah Timberman, Susannah Grant

After 70 years – some lean, some tough, but all meaty – market, butcher counter still a cut above

As Mike McQuaid tells it, the Lookabaugh family opened a small, neighborhood grocery store on a two-lane dirt road called Fallbrook Avenue in 1946, selling the store a few years later “to a guy who sold it to another guy who sold it to my father” — a butcher who had been renting space in the store for his meat counter since 1951. The other owners had failed to see what the butcher saw when he looked into the future of Woodland Hills — a pot roast in every oven. There would be a massive change i...
Tags: Food, Business, Sport, Soccer, Community, Trevor, Local News, Joe, Pat, Mike, Valley, Jim, Cory, Mae, Casey, Woodland Hills

Spring Family Skiing - From Late Season Powder to Kid-Friendly Dining

No, the fun hasn’t melted, in fact, Utah’s ski resorts blossom with the arrival of spring, emerging from beneath months of crowds and storms, to bask skiers and boarders in the glow of longer days and warmer weather. It’s the perfect time of year to load up the family, cash in spring discounts, lather on the sunscreen and loosen up those layers. And if late-season powder and ice-less groomers are giving you and the kiddos some serious FOMO, we have a few tips to keep everyone moving well past l...
Tags: Utah, Sport, Skiing, Sundance, Casey, Alf, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Pond Skim, Mediterranean Focaccia, Dress Protect Spring, Woodward Camps, Easter Bunny Egg Hunt Ready

Springtime for Duke, Don, Tommy, Roy and, oh yeah – Clayton, Mookie and Trevor, too

 “It’s the fans that need spring training. You gotta get them interested. Wake’em up and let’em know their season is coming. The good times are gonna roll.” – Harry Caray  Like half of Los Angeles, I was born somewhere else. A land far away where the mere mention of the Dodgers winning the World Series would get you a black eye and split lip. A borough in New York called the Bronx. The Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers lived next door. We hated them. My guys, the Bronx Bombers, used to beat them up every...
Tags: New York, News, Sports, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Brooklyn, Glendale, Queens, Bronx, Trevor, Giants, Hall of Fame, Mantle

Comment on cauliflower and caramelized onion tart by Casey

I made this tonight for my crew and it was a total hit! I used whole milk ricotta cheese in lieu of mascarpone, and used whole wheat flour for the tart shell. I also omitted truffle oil and parmesan cheese because I didn’t have any on hand (although I am sure it would have been decadent). The only thing left were a few crumbs and even my toddler had second helping. The cooking took a bit of patience but well worth the effort. Thank you for another wonderful recipe!
Tags: Food, Casey

Four Unique Trailers for Body Swap Romantic Comedy 'Body Swap'

"They'll have to work together. They won't make it out alive." Ice Beer Milk has released four trailers for an indie romantic comedy film called simply Body Swap, which is now available to viw on VOD everywhere. The film was already released but these trailers have been cut to try and get some more attention around Valentine's Day. Each trailer is made to feel like it's from a different era: the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and a "Modern" trailer. Body Swap is a kooky romcom that involves a body swa...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Lisa, Indies, Casey, To Watch, Kayla Gibson, Brandon Shell Ariel, Allie Hail Edward Kaihatsu

England's Casey & Lewis chasing leader Spieth at Pebble Beach

Jordan Spieth is trying to get familiar with "feeling the nerves" of being back in contention for a tour win at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Tags: England, News, Jordan Spieth, Pebble Beach, Lewis, Spieth, Casey

Reverent Disneyland flag ceremony endures, thanks to Gunny…and, some day, the kids will return

 ”You can dream, create, design and build the most wonderful place in the world, but it requires people to make the dream a reality.” – Walt Disney Ernie “Gunny” Napper, 68, has been a part of the flag retreat at Disneyland since 1992. Photo by Sandra Cortez At sunset on Dec. 1 last year — Walt Disney’s 119th birthday — security officer Ernie “Gunny” Napper lowered the flag in Disneyland’s Town Square, and walked it over to a private apartment above the firehouse where Disney spent many of h...
Tags: News, Virginia, Disney, America, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Community, Vietnam, Disneyland, Walt Disney, Donald, Mickey, Casey, Ernie, Marine Corp

Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Sets Voice Cast Including Alfre Woodard

Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Sets Voice Cast Including Alfre Woodard After over a year since the series’ official announcement at 2019’s D23, Disney Channel has finally announced a new update on their upcoming animated series adaptation of Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, revealing its voice cast led by actress and singer Diamond White and award-winning actress Alfre Woodard. The series is expected to make its debut in 2022. In addition, acclaimed actor and executive producer ...
Tags: TV, Movies, New York City, Disney, TV News, Kim, Alfre Woodard, Pixar, Laurence Fishburne, Sasheer Zamata, Jack Kirby, Disney Channel, Mimi, Lower East Side, Adrià, Casey

Sen. Casey Says Cruz And Hawley Should ‘At Minimum’ Be Censured For Role In Riot

Democratic Sen. Bob Casey (PA) said on Monday night that Republican Sens. Ted Cruz (TX) and Josh Hawley (MO) should at the very least be censured for their efforts to undermine democracy that culminated in a deadly riot on the U.S. Capitol last month.  "I think at a minimum -- at a minimum -- there should be censure," Casey told CNN's Don Lemon in an interview Monday night. Casey asserted that the Senate's recent history has...
Tags: News, Senate, America, Joe Biden, Cnn, Pennsylvania, Ted Cruz, Arizona, Fox News, Don Lemon, Biden, Donald Trump, Cruz, Trump, Democratic, Sean Hannity

Why this radio station is betting on sports gambling

Entercom is trying something new on its secondary HD digital stream for KCBS-FM, which can be heard if you have an HD radio at 93.1 HD3 as well as on the app available for smartphones. Called “The Bet,” it’s a bit of a gamble and replaces most, but not all, of the programming formerly heard on the station when it was running the CBS SportsRadio format. The format is designed to tap into a growing interest in sports gambling, which may indeed become legal in California sometime in the f...
Tags: Facebook, New York, California, La, Disney, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Cbs, Nevada, Voice, Denver, Larry King, Southern California, Pat

Their scores of stitches result in miles of smiles

Listen up all you Karens complaining about how bored you are even with the stay-at-home pandemic order partially lifted this week. The “poor me” attitude isn’t playing well with the ladies of the Kiwanis Club of Simi Valley. “Why don’t you use the time to look at other people who need your help, and help them?” says Nellann Wilson, past president of the club, sitting at her old Singer sewing machine this week with her husband, Harry, and a bagful of cotton. Wilson and her “action team” of other ...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, America, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Community, Harry, Wilson, Simi Valley, Casey, Tommy Lasorda, Kiwanis Club, Canoga Park

Response to the Symposium on Abortion and the Law

For the Symposium on Mary Ziegler, Abortion and the Law in America: Roe v. Wade to the Present (Cambridge University Press, 2020). Mary Ziegler At what is undoubtedly a crucial point in the history of abortion law, I’m especially honored by the attention paid to my book, Abortion and the Law in America: Roe v. Wade to the Present(Cambridge 2020). Jack Balkin has brought together four brilliant contributors whose work in this field has influenced my own. I am grateful to Jack and to each of...
Tags: Health, Supreme Court, Law, Court, America, Gop, United States, Yale, New York Times, Abortion, Republican Party, Jack, Donald Trump, Branding, Guest Blogger, Greenhouse

Horsey off to a flyer as Irish make slow start in Saudi International

David Horsey. Picture: Getty Images England’s David Horsey covered the back nine in 28 as he made nine birdies in a course record-equalling 61 to take a one-shot lead at the opening round of the Saudi International powered by SoftBank Investment Advisers at Royal Greens Golf and Country Club.On a day when the early starters took advantage of windless ...
Tags: Usa, England, Scotland, Sport, Ireland, Golf, Gallacher, Rory Mcilroy, Lee Westwood, European Tour, Patrick Reed, Dustin Johnson, Bob, Paul Casey, Lowry, Ksa

Maybe life is happening: the power of language in patient hand-offs

“But if thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought.” – George Orwell The “difficult” family At 2 a.m., on my first night shift as a pediatric resident, a patient, Casey, transferred from another hospital. She had a rare, progressive chronic illness, was medically complex, and was currently receiving treatment for an acute systemic infection. […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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Constitutional Trench Warfare over Abortion

For the Symposium on Mary Ziegler, Abortion and the Law in America: Roe v. Wade to the Present (Cambridge University Press, 2020). Americans have engaged in constitutional trench warfare since the demise of the Warren Court.   For almost fifty years, progressives and conservatives have fought pitched battles over a wide range of constitutional issues with each side on most fronts gaining only a few feet of constitutional turf.   The exclusionary rule and Miranda warnings remain the law of the ...
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