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Seven Theories of the Case, Updated: One Year Later, What More Do We Know About L’Affaire Russe?

More than a year ago, writing with Jane Chong in May 2017, we laid out what we called, “Seven Theories of the Case: What Do We Really Know about L’Affaire Russe and What Could it All Mean?” The lengthy post … Continue reading

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Can You Accept a Car Accident Settlement Three Years Later?

It is common practice following a Georgia car accident for the victim to negotiate a settlement with the negligent driver’s insurance company. Typically, the insurer agrees to settle for the policy limits in exchange for a “release of all claims” … Continue reading

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Long-term care planning helps you in later life

Long-term care planning might be something you're starting to look into as you're getting older. You know that there is a need to have insurance and plans in place for when you can't take care of yourself any longer or … Continue reading

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IT’S NOT LIKE TRUMP GAVE PUTIN 20% OF OUR URANIUM… OR SAID HE’D HAVE MORE FLEXIBILITY LATER, SPEAK…

IT’S NOT LIKE TRUMP GAVE PUTIN 20% OF OUR URANIUM… OR SAID HE’D HAVE MORE FLEXIBILITY LATER, SPEAKING OF PUPPETS:  Trump and Putin and the fear-mongering MSM. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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What Do We Remember about our Teachers Decades Later?

This coming academic year will be my 20th in law school teaching. Truth be told, I don’t really need a milestone in my career to grow contemplative and introspective, as I am wont to do so under far more mundane … Continue reading

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