Julie encountered every last frustration, disappointment and roadblock bloggers typically face and overcame them all. During that year, she conquered discouragement dished out by friends and family while steadily growing in knowledge, skill, fortitude and character. She managed to steel herself to work through tasks that had seemed insurmountable — like tossing live lobsters into boiling water. And there were more than a few failed attempts; some of them landing on the floor. And on the last day, she deboned the dreaded duck.
Posted by Cliff Tuttle April Charney, a legal services lawyer in Jacksonville Florida who has been a leader in mortgage foreclosure defense, reported the following on a real estate listserve known as Dirt: The attached Administrative Order was entered by the Florida Supreme Court and is now online. In the order, which sets up mediation [...]
Posted by Cliff Tuttle, but… Written by Jeffrey Gitomer, the great salesman’s salesman: What does it take to commit? Can’t buckle my belt. I’m too fat. I found myself with an extra 20 pounds. It didn’t happen over night, it just crept up on me when I wasn’t looking. An ice cream cone here. Creme [...]
Posted by Cliff Tuttle DSNews.com Daily Dose, December 29, 2009.
Posted by Cliff Tuttle (c) 2009 Last month, Google rolled out the Beta version of its new FREE legal research tool. It responds to a key word search with cases. Of course, nobody is guaranteeing anything. But who knows what might turn up? Please try it out by clicking here. Then come back and tell [...]
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Posted by Cliff Tuttle Newly elected Allegheny County Common Pleas Judges Don Walko, Arnold Klein and Phil Ignelzi will be sworn in on December 28, December 29 and January 7 respectively. The Allegheny County Bar Association Event Calendar lists the time and place for the receptions.
Posted by Cliff Tuttle Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, December 26, 2009.
If a recipient’s computer is seized by authorities, hacked by criminals or reviewed by an adverse party during discovery in a civil lawsuit, the sender’s email is read by someone who is planning to do harm to the recipient and could, depending upon the content, develop an interest in doing harm to the sender. Worst of all, the recipient could betray or accuse the sender, providing the email to police, media or spouse — or all three. [As with Tiger Woods] And then, there’s blackmail. [As with David Letterman]
Every email you ever sent has the potential to end up in the hands of an enemy.
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