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"A Lawyer May Spend A Lifetime Working For That One Magnificent Hour" – ND Court Awards Fees For "A Good Day"

We usually don't cover trial court orders, but this one is short, and, we think, worth your time reading.  The issue before the North Dakota District Court (Ward County) was the award of attorneys' fees following a successful necessity challenge by a … Continue reading

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The Good Intentions Fallacy Is Driving Support for Democratic Socialism – Foundation for Economic Education

While Venezuela continues to collapse into a living hell for all but Nicolás Maduro and ruling elites, support in America for democratic socialism continues to rise. via fee.org Read more detail on Recent Legal Theory posts –

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Is a New California Nursing Home Website Doing More Harm Than Good?

For anyone in Encinitas who is thinking about long-term care and skilled nursing facilities, it is important to do a substantial amount of background research before selecting a facility in order to prevent nursing home abuse and neglect. A new … Continue reading

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Encumbering deaccessioned work a good idea?

Apparently this writer, Bob Beatty, thinks so. “A museum selling a work should ensure that the institution or individual to which or whom the work is sold commit in some binding form to equal or higher conservational standards and equal or higher public … Continue reading

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370. Good riddance, Chief Justice Taylor

From a fatuous Slate article I learned that Michigans Chief Justice Clifford Taylor was ousted by the voters. Taylor was a contemptibly bad judge, already featured twice in these hallowed pixels. (See post 216 and post 144.) Heres what the … Continue reading

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