No. 658 A group of landowners who executed leases with Rex Energy, Inc. have reached a settlement on their claims for bonuses on leases which the driller had obtained but never accepted. Many leases, not just those from Rex, were written in such a way that the lessee could accept or reject the lease after [...]
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No. 656 All things considered, it turned out to be a better day for the house of Murdoch (at a day of testimony before a committee of Parliament) than could ever have been expected. Its an illustration of the adage that when things can’t be worse, they start getting better. No, she wasn’t wielding a [...]
No. 655. Now that Daniel Radcliff has finished the Harry Potter series, he has a problem. He is type-cast as Harry Potter forever. Not to worry. Someone should get to work writing a BBC series about a young barrister who is constantly being told what a striking resemblance he bears to, you guessed it. Of [...]
No. 654 David Lat, in his blog, Above the Law, imagines the the supposed future legal career of Casey Anthony. You can read it if you like, but be forewarned: its not very funny. However, I have a better suggestion. How about a radio call-in advice show? No more Dr. Laura holier-than-thou routine. Here’s a [...]
No. 653 150 Years ago this week, the first major battle of the Civil War occurred near Manassas Virginia. It was the place where Stonewall Jackson gained his fame and name. The federal troops seemed to have carried the day. But when the Confederates broke their flank, a disorderly retreat to Washington turned into a [...]
No. 652 . . . . a group of plush animals congregated around a fire hydrant hoping that a passing fire crew would take pity upon them.
Interesting Law Blog, The Cockle Bur, sponsored by Cockle Law Brief Printing Company, gives a short analysis of the 2010 Supreme Court session and a few predictions for 2011. AVVO No. 251.
What is the difference between being first and being second? Luck usually.
No. 649 A merit selection committee has tentatively named Pittsburgh attorney and Chapter 7 Trustee Carlota Bohm of Houston Harbaugh as Bankruptcy Judge in the Western District of Pennsylvania, subject to public comment until August 5. CLT
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