The people who really slay their year are working on their goals right now.
At least he’s being honest for the rest of us.
Sheppard Mullin is giving the staff a holiday — everyone else is doing this too, right?
As I anticipated in Part 1 of this blog, recent case law precedent of the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Court of First Instance (the CFI) has revived the DIFC Courts’ role as a conduit jurisdiction for the recognition and enforcement of a domestic non-DIFC award for onward execution onshore. By way of reminder, in …
* A fantasy from the fevered imagination of Lawprofblawg: playing the role of the Grinch who stole meetings. [Lawprofblawg] * Joel Cohen wonders: should jurors be instructed about the possible inaccuracy of descriptions of forensic evidence in “cop show” television programs? [Law and Crime] * David Oscar Markus isn’t afraid to take on tough cases …
Notes to my (legal) self.
Rest in peace, #41. You will be missed, but never forgotten.
HERE’S SOME MUSIC FOR YOU: While you study for finals. BIGLAW FIRM APPARENTLY VISITED BY GHOST OF CHRISTMAS PRESENT: In response, it made Christmas Eve into a paid holiday, and probably expects that to placate the Ghost of Christmas Future. AMAL CLOONEY DOING WORK: Remember, America are the bad guys now. I WISH I COULD …
(California Court of Appeal) – Held that the length of a defendant’s post-release community supervision (PRCS) should not have been automatically extended when PRCS was reinstituted after revocation. Remanded for further proceedings.
(California Court of Appeal) – Held that the juvenile court must articulate more clearly and explicitly its reasons for transferring a gang-related murder case involving a 15-year-old defendant to adult criminal court. Issued a writ of mandate commanding the juvenile court to vacate the challenged transfer order and make further findings.