Monthly Archives: October 2011
His preliminary dealings with the pension trust made this hope a realistic one by revealing a sluggish and hidebound bureaucracy unlikely to have retained in its brontosaurus’s memory  the details of a small lease made twenty years earlier. Only … Continue reading
…this sign from Occupy Wall Street says it all, doesn’t it?
The workload is picking up. By and large, the intellectual requirements aren’t all that challenging, but the tedium of legal practice (briefing, researching, annotating, citing each and every thing) draws out every minor and major action into a serious drain … Continue reading
The Niners are 6-1 to start the season. The last time they did that? Well, Jerry and Steve were still in charge, and I was 16. It’s been 13 years since I’ve seen the Niners win this many games this … Continue reading
Here’s hoping I’ll never have to experience a breakup again (so far, so good), but this is the reason why there are so many songs about heartache: they literally relieve the mental feeling of pain.
Somehow my blog post Reliance vs Expectation Damages is the 7th Google result when you type in that phrase, the 5th result for “reliance vs expectancy,” and the 5th for “reliance vs expectation.” High comedy.
I used to joke that I had an “anti-Axe effect,” and I’ve always loathed their commercials for the puerile and sophomoric message they deliver (I really hate any advertising campaign that informs me what being a man is really like … Continue reading
Thank you, law school. I had always had a suspicion that my previous employer was utilizing a dodgy legal tactic to screw me over, but now I KNOW they were utilizing a dodgy legal tactic to screw me over. Moreover, … Continue reading