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  • David Schwimmer

    Non-Sequiturs

    Non-Sequiturs: 01.07.16

    * People in the United Nations are doing a lot of legal research on a very disturbing subject. [Vox]

    * David Schwimmer is playing the late Robert Kardashian in American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson — but that doesn’t mean he’ll meet with the Kardashian sisters. [The Hollywood Reporter]

    * If, for some reason, you need yet another reminder that we have a terrible problem in this country with racism and police aggression, here is an eloquent reminder. [Black Debate Guy]

    * Does the public have a right to know if their legislators are sleeping with lobbyists? One Missouri lawmaker thinks they do. [Columbia Tribune]

    * Gerald Rosenberg (affiliate link) is still wrong that court victories derail activist movements. [Lawyers, Guns and Money]

    * Is it child endangerment to leave a sleeping baby alone? Is that a cultural thing? [Law and More]

    19 Comments / / Jan 7, 2016 at 5:23 PM
  • David Schwimmer

    Morning Docket

    Morning Docket: 12.22.14

    * Florida Judge Cynthia Imperato was “devastated” after a jury found her guilty of DUI and reckless driving charges, but we imagine the judge may be more devastated by the fact that she’s a sitting judge who’s been sentenced to 20 days of house arrest. [Florida Sun Sentinel]

    * David Schwimmer, best known for his role as Ross on Friends, has been cast as lawyer Robert Kardashian in an O.J. Simpson true crime television miniseries. He surely knows it’ll take a lot of “unagi” to play the role just right. [Rolling Stone]

    * If you have to debt finance your J.D., you’re going to in for a rude awakening when you graduate and the loans start coming due. FYI, “lot[s] of graduates [are] buried in private student loan debt with not enough income to repay it.” [Forbes]

    * The parents of James Holmes, who’s better known as the alleged shooter in the Aurora movie theater massacre, have begged for him to be spared the death penalty ahead of his trial, but prosecutors say that in this case, “justice is death.” [Denver Post]

    * When it comes to Russia, “[a] lot of firms are thinking about pulling out.” That’s what she would’ve said if she were a managing partner. Biglaw firms that have been rocked by the ruble’s ruin are telling lawyers to leave before they’re laid off. [Am Law Daily]

    * Binder & Binder, the National Social Security Disability Advocates® whose late-night TV commercials you’ve grown to love, has filed for bankruptcy. The firm’s headcount will likely drop by more than half because of this. Yikes! [WSJ Law Blog]

    27 Comments / / Dec 22, 2014 at 9:11 AM
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