adjusting his gloveQuiz: How is baseball not like litigation?

  1. Sloppy play can lose the game
  2. Production sometimes declines after a big signing
  3. Lawyers don’t wear athletic supporters to work
  4. When the judge says “Call your next witness”, lawyers don’t step out of the batters’ box to adjust their gloves while the jury waits
  5. “Pace of play” is

dunceI often wonder if anybody actually reads our modest, quasi-weekly offerings. They do! And they respond! To criticize!  I earn my keep being “critiqued” by impatient judges, aggressive opposing counsel and, occasionally, less-than-happy clients, so – challenge accepted.

“Critique” One:

Lipsky was not Range’s lessor, therefor I know nothing about the case. Surely, this person 

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal signed into law two bills significantly revising Louisiana’s oilfield cleanup statute, La. R. S 30:29. The new law affects the procedures for remediating oil field pollution and resolving oilfield contamination claims.  The purupose is to expedite the remediation process and the resolution of claims.

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