Friday Follies 2.36

Canadian lawyer “considering class action suit for moose-car crash victims.” (via)

“A Florida man who says he was injured from eating the leaves of a grilled artichoke has filed a lawsuit that may test whether a restaurant has a duty to explain to patrons how to eat unfamiliar food items.”

Sorry, judge, that $994,000 in cash in the closet just slipped my mind.

Thankfully, it’s “abject” laziness that is cause for concern.

As a colleague of mine once put it, “I never met a man who didn’t think he was a great lover or a lawyer who didn’t think he was a great writer. Ninety-nine times out of a hundred, they’re deluded.”

Theodore L. Blumberg, The Seven Deadly Sins of Legal Writing

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