A different look at lawyering.
This is Part V of the ongoing coverage of Assault With A Deadly Twitter. Previous entries: Can You Sue Someone For A Tweet That Induces Epilepsy? (Part I) Can Kurt Eichenwald Get Pre-suit Discovery From Twitter? (Part II) Can You Assault With A Tweet? (Part III)...read more
Back in 2014, a Twitter exchange with Judge Dillard prompted an article on AboveTheLaw discussing the reliability of Wikipedia as a resource. Which was an update to a post I wrote back in 2011. As it's been a few years, it's time to see how some recent opinions cite...read more
Six Sigma. You will hear about this a lot in operations consulting. It is the idea that a process is very consistent and repeatable. Six sigma means there are only 3.4 defects per 1 million units. Essentially, it is almost perfect. Motorola coined the term in the...read more
Law schools traditionally do thing: teach students to "think like lawyers." This means most law students graduate not really knowing how to do much. What to do when a client walks through your door, sits down, and asks for help. How to respond when the client says...read more