Monthly Archives: April 2010

Law Revue videos

The Above the Law law revue videos are up.  Give them a look.  If you are a lawyer, you’ll find them funny.  If you are not, then you may see what is wrong with legal education in America. Advertisements

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Kentucky garnishment law

In the middle of last year, the Kentucky Supreme Court unanimously reversed the Court of Appeals in their decision upholding a Fayette Circuit Court ruling that allowed Kentucky judgment debtors to use the Federal Bankruptcy exemptions to shield assets from … Continue reading

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An interesting ethical question

This matter presents lots of interesting ethical questions for lawyers and journalists.  Should judges be commenting anonymously on newspaper articles on newspaper websites about sotries involving cases before them. (The answer to that one is pretty clear).  Should journalists trace … Continue reading

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The proper response to a letter from an attorney…

can be found here.  When will people stop having their lawyers write such letters?

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Probably funny only to lawyers

This notation of a string cite in a recent 9th Cir. opinion.  (BTW, the actual decision in the opinion is pretty appalling)

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