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Lawyer Runs Super Bowl Ad To Trash Football Team

This fan has some grievances with management and decided to share them during the big game.

5 Comments / / Feb 8, 2016 at 10:56 AM
  • Donald Trump

    Morning Docket

    Morning Docket: 01.25.16

    Donald Trump

    Donald Trump

    * “I have standing to sue. Can you imagine if I did it? Should I do it just for fun?” Republican front-runner Donald Trump is floating a possible lawsuit against Ted Cruz over the senator’s eligibility to run for POTUS — because litigation is so much fun! [The Hill]

    * Everyone likes to think Justice Antonin Scalia is a crazy curmudgeon, but one of his former SCOTUS clerks knows there’s a softer side to the man people love to hate. In reality, he’s “an incredibly warm and generous man” with a “wonderful sense of humor.” [Columbus Business First]

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    * "I have standing to sue. Can you imagine if I did it? Should I do it just for fun?" Republican front-runner Donald Trump is floating a possible lawsuit against Ted Cruz over the senator's eligibility to run for POTUS -- because litigation is so much fun! [The Hill]

    * Everyone likes to think Justice Antonin Scalia is a crazy curmudgeon, but one of his former SCOTUS clerks knows there's a softer side to the man people love to hate. In reality, he's "an incredibly warm and generous man" with a "wonderful sense of humor." [Columbus Business First]

    * A federal judge who's had a change of heart about a lengthy sentence he gave to an admitted murderer says he and his colleagues need a way to give "second-look reviews" to adjust sentences for deserving prisoners. Would this work? [New York Times]

    * If the ruling in this case catches on, New York attorneys may soon be able to serve people via Facebook. Of course, if your lawsuit winds up in a defendant's "Filtered Messages," he'll never see it, but it's still a pretty cool concept. [WSJ Law Blog]

    * Charleston Law launched a new admissions program that will allow students to begin classes in the spring and graduate in two and a half years instead of three. Perhaps the goal here is to graduate students before the school closes for good? [ABA Journal]

    28 Comments / / Jan 25, 2016 at 8:57 AM
  • Stock photo, but he kinda looks like an Orrick associate, doesn't he?

    Biglaw, Bonuses, Money

    Associate Bonus Watch: A West Coast Player Weighs In

    These aren't the biggest bonuses of the season, but associates seem quite content.

    8 Comments / / Jan 22, 2016 at 6:03 PM
  • Ted Cruz (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty)

    Non-Sequiturs

    Non-Sequiturs: 01.22.16

     (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

    (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

    * Martha Coakley joins BU Law faculty. A job she will somehow manage to lose in a landslide to an unqualified Republican. [Boston Globe]

    * You’ve heard all about the Ted Cruz birther controversy, but maybe Cruz is just being trolled for being such a tremendous dick while at Harvard Law School. [Needs Further Review]

    * In light of the Flint water crisis, Gov. Rick Snyder’s staff brings their A game to redactions. [Jezebel]

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    * Martha Coakley joins BU Law faculty. A job she will somehow manage to lose in a landslide to an unqualified Republican. [Boston Globe] * You’ve heard all about the Ted Cruz birther controversy, but maybe Cruz is just being trolled for being such a tremendous dick while at Harvard Law School. [Needs Further Review] * […]

    28 Comments / / Jan 22, 2016 at 5:25 PM
  • (Photo by JP Yim/Getty Images)

    Trivia Question of the Day

    To Forgive Is Divine

    A controversial decision doesn't always derail a career.

    16 Comments / / Jan 22, 2016 at 4:58 PM