Florida Bans Jurors From Tweeting, Blogging, Etc.

A CNet article has a bit of the background. From the Florida Supreme Court, new jury instructions to be adopted statewide: During deliberations, jurors must communicate about the case only with one another and only when all jurors are present ...

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Young Professionals and Personal Finance – Flowchart

Got some money? Thinking about investing? Independent and don’t want 5% of your money to go to a money manager? You could do worse than following the below: [scribd id=40297508 key=key-263x4qhdkmmk7w7f2n5w mode=list] You remember my post from last week, Everything You ...

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Blawg Review 287

Welcome to this week’s Blawg Review. For the unaware, this past week was National Freedom of Speech Week. “In the future days which we seek to make secure, we look forward to a world founded upon four essential human freedoms. ...

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Blawg Review #287 Here Monday

So I’ll be hosting Blawg Review again this upcoming Monday. If any readers know of any notable legal related posts (their own or others / blawgs or just another blog touching on interesting legal matters) from the past week or ...

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Deposition Tricks: The Dirty Dozen

Just saw this over at Overlawyered. (You read them right? They’re great.) “Deposition Tricks: The Dirty Dozen” by Neil Dilloff of DLA Piper. The following practice tips probably will be of the most use to younger litigators. To the more senior ...

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Organize Dissent

Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., famed chairman of General Motors in its heyday, has been attributed with saying the following at a top committee meeting: ‘Gentlemen, I take it we are all in complete agreement on the decision here.’ Everyone around ...

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