Legal opinion quotation of the month: “No one’s memory is perfect. People forget things or get confused, and anyone can make an innocent misstatement or two. Or maybe even three or four. But not 868 of them.” (via)
An employee’s affair with the boss’ wife isn’t sufficiently associated with work to be misconduct that disqualifies him from unemployment benefits.
“A Pennsylvania federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a bar patron who claims he and another customer should have been searched for weapons before they shot one another in February.” (via)
Finally, a “Christmahanukwanzakah” present to end the year: “possibly the most comprehensive array of legal humor ever assembled.” (via)
A little inaccuracy sometimes saves a ton of explanation.
Saki (H.H. Munro), “Clovis on the Alleged Romance of Business”