Mike Bloomberg

  • Making the guest list and checking it twice.

    Biglaw, Fabulosity, Holidays and Seasons, McKool Smith, Parties, Susman Godfrey

    Adventures In Law Firm Holiday Party Invites

    Have you ever seen law firm holiday party invitations that are this fabulous and fun?

    9 Comments / / Nov 26, 2013 at 4:33 PM
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    6th Circuit, Eliot Spitzer, ERISA, Non-Sequiturs, Patents, Survivor, Technology

    Non-Sequiturs: 07.30.13

    * For everyone at the midway point of a bar exam: Here… [Dinmoney]

    * Naked selfies: Not just for Carlos Danger anymore. A female police officer uses her workday to post naked pictures of herself. [Legal Juice]

    * Speaking of NYC politics and placing Weiners where they don’t belong, Professor Lawrence Cunningham argues that Eliot Spitzer would be a horrible Comptroller based on his record as New York Attorney General. Cunningham then lists every reason Eliot Spitzer was an awesome Attorney General. [Concurring Opinions]

    * An appeals court has upheld the ruling that killed Mayor Bloomberg’s large sugary soda ban. Drink up, fatasses! It’s your right as an American. In the meantime, check out this argument over whether the decision contains a curious paradox [PrawfsBlawg]

    * The Sixth Circuit affirmed an earlier decision dismissing a suit brought by Cooley grads. But they did not repeat the classic, “an ordinary prudent person would not have relied on [Cooley’s] statistics to decide to spend $100,000 or more.” [ABA Journal]

    * After winning Survivor, Cochran has decided to turn his law degree into the most expensive TV screenwriting degree ever. He’ll be penning a sitcom this Fall. [St. Louis Today]

    * Susan Westerberg Prager, the incoming dean of Southwestern Law School, is the first female dean of a law school… again. [Chronicle of Higher Education]

    * One doctor. Four different signatures “under penalty of perjury.” I think we’re underestimating the evil quadruplet theory. [New York Personal Injury Attorney Blog]

    * As someone without kids, I find this fascinating. Popehat has a poll asking readers their thoughts on monitoring the electronic communication of their middle schoolers. As a parent, are you more Edward Snowden or J. Edgar Hoover? [Popehat]

    1 Comment / / Jul 30, 2013 at 5:29 PM
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    Crime, Department of Justice, Eric Holder, Police, S.D.N.Y., Shira Scheindlin

    Eric Holder Wants to Stop and Frisk the NYPD

    Federal monitors for the NYPD on the table if stop and frisk declared unconstitutional.

    9 Comments / / Jun 13, 2013 at 3:59 PM
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    Biglaw, Cars, Screw-Ups, Technology

    Taxi-Hailing Apps Move Forward After Typo-Plagued Biglaw Clash

    Perhaps this Biglaw partner should stop hating on Bloomberg and spend more time editing?

    6 Comments / / Jun 7, 2013 at 12:39 PM
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    Basketball, Continuing Legal Education / CLE, David Boies, Drinking, Drudge Report, Election Law, Eugene Volokh, Free Speech, Law Schools, Non-Sequiturs, Police, Politics, Racism, Sports, Women's Issues

    Non-Sequiturs: 05.03.13

    * Eugene Volokh analyzes the free-speech issues raised by the prosecution of Anya Bargh, the UConn law student accused of sending anti-Semitic and racist emails. [Volokh Conspiracy]

    * Lawyerist thinks you suck, not the gunners. Discuss. [Lawyerist]

    * Law and the Multiverse now has CLE courses about comic books. Maintaining this license just got that much easier. [Law and the Multiverse]

    * Some new developments in the Ed O’Bannon case against the NCAA. Basically, discovery has not been kind to the NCAA. [Bloomberg]

    * All the editors-in-chief at Michigan Law are women. Now, if another 90 or so journals follow suit, Staci’s article will seem outdated. [Michigan Law]

    * Ruh-roh. Did David Boies blow the lid off campaign spending limits last cycle? [Huffington Post]

    * No, Mike Bloomberg was not denied a slice of pizza yesterday. [Gawker]

    * WARNING: If you understand math, the latest from NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly will annoy the hell out of you. [PrawfsBlawg]

    * Man injured in a drunken fight sues the bar that he says should have cut him off. [Overlawyered]

    5 Comments / / May 3, 2013 at 4:26 PM
  • Burns Sunblocker

    FDA, Tobacco / Smoking

    Next From The Nanny State: Bloomberg Tries To Make You Not Think About Cigarettes

    Mayor Mommy takes another swipe at cigarette smokers…

    60 Comments / / Mar 20, 2013 at 1:19 PM
  • I guess soda pushers will have to go back to slinging rocks.

    Drinking, Food

    Judge Overturns NYC Soda Ban; NOW WE JUST NEED SOME POP ROCKS!

    Court overturns Bloomberg soda ban. Coming soon: Bloomberg buys New York Supreme Court…

    30 Comments / / Mar 11, 2013 at 4:00 PM
  • mike bloomberg nanny

    Cars, Death Penalty, Depositions, Drinking, Guns / Firearms, Kids, Murder, Non-Sequiturs, Paralegals, Police, Sex, Television, Violence

    Non-Sequiturs: 07.24.12

    * Will consultation with victims’ families determine whether James Holmes deserves the death penalty? You could probably consult with a wall to make that determination and get the same result. [PrawfsBlawg]

    * Just like that, with incredible ninja-like speed, someone has already filed a negligence suit against the Aurora Century 16 Theater where the shootings took place. [Gawker]

    * And no, sorry to disappoint you, but notwithstanding his self-admitted teeny peeny, we don’t think that James Holmes decided to go on a shooting spree because he got rejected by a few women on Adult Friend Finder. [Jezebel]

    * While we’re talking about gun violence, Mike Bloomberg has got a great idea: all police officers should go on strike until legislators push through stricter gun laws. How is a nanny state supposed to work properly when all the governesses are off duty? [Gothamist]

    * Knowledge is power in the hands of a client, especially when the knowledge you’ve given them is just another tool to piss off opposing counsel during a deposition. [Popehat]

    * Personal responsibility fail: allowing your 13-year-old to drive you home because you’re wasted. Fathering fail: believing that was a good idea in the first place. [Legal Juice]

    * A fake TV show starring a wheelchair-bound paraplegic paralegal? You know you’d watch this. [The Onion]

    2 Comments / / Jul 24, 2012 at 6:30 PM
  • Free Speech, Wall Street

    Breaking: Judge Stallman Rules Against Occupy Wall Street Protesters

    Mayor Michael Bloomberg can have his way with the Occupy Wall Street protesters. According to the Associated Press, Justice Michael Stallman of New York Supreme Court just shot down the Temporary Restraining Order sought by the protesters against Mayor Bloomberg. Let’s hope everybody keeps their cool. The ruling on the TRO appears below…

    66 Comments / / Nov 15, 2011 at 4:51 PM
  • Free Speech, Religion, Wall Street

    On The Train With Occupy Protesters As They Roll Toward Trinity Church

    Elie bumped into some would-be Occupy Wall Street protesters looking to join the movement after the main group was evicted from Zuccotti Park under the cover of darkness early yesterday morning. The people on the train asked for my legal advice. He laughed — then told them he could do them one better. Let’s see if we can’t crowdsource a legal recourse for the Occupy protesters now that big bad Bloomberg has put his jackboot on the movement….

    117 Comments / / Nov 15, 2011 at 1:03 PM

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