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  • Baseball, Sports, Tax Law

    It’s Opening Day: Why Can’t I Afford to Go to the Ballpark?

    The Major League Baseball Season started last night and gets underway in earnest today. Football might be the biggest sport on the American landscape, but baseball is still America’s pastime. It’s a favorite of lawyers and judges — and according to a recent poll, baseball is the sport that draws a nearly equal percentage of […]

    46 Comments / / Apr 5, 2010 at 10:08 AM
  • Morning Docket

    Morning Docket 04.05.10

    The Major League Baseball Season started last night and gets underway in earnest today. Football might be the biggest sport on the American landscape, but baseball is still America’s pastime. It’s a favorite of lawyers and judges — and according to a recent poll, baseball is the sport that draws a nearly equal percentage of […]

    5 Comments / / Apr 5, 2010 at 7:30 AM
  • Art, Food, Holidays and Seasons

    Happy Easter!

    To those of you who celebrate it, Happy Easter! Last year we gave you a law-related Peeps creation, by lawyer Frank Salamone. We continue the tradition this year: So, what’s the backstory behind this year’s Peeps diorama?

    15 Comments / / Apr 4, 2010 at 4:35 PM
  • Non-Sequiturs

    Non-Sequiturs: 04.02.10

    * Cockfighting men > Cockfighting chickens. [Business Week] * The first person in line to buy an iPad tomorrow in Chicago is an area lawyer. Criminal defense. Well, why not, it’s not like her clients are going anywhere. [ABA Journal] * Wisconsin law professor changes his name to “Mitch.” Just, Mitch. [Obscure Store] * Deluge […]

    15 Comments / / Apr 2, 2010 at 5:27 PM
  • Fantasy SCOTUS

    FantasySCOTUS: Comparing Predictions from Cert Grant to Decision Day

    In this week’s 10th Justice, we consider how predictions for cases are spread out over time, both before and after oral arguments, and how the statistics for the sets differ throughout the lifecycle of a case. In this context, we will discuss three different cases: Bilski v. Kappos, Alabama v. North Carolina, and McDonald v. […]

    4 Comments / / Apr 2, 2010 at 4:45 PM