In outrageous filings, one Minnesota attorney and her client who have raised the ire of bankruptcy Judge Nancy Dreher
Archives for December 2011
I’m living inside the warhead of the biggest “bad news bomb” of my life, and I don’t know how best to drop it. The longer I wait, the more nuclear it feels. And it’s starting to look like it’s scheduled to detonate at my parents’ house on Christmas, turning a modest home in Reno into…
We have an artistic challenge to the typical Nativity scene on government property: a county-approved crucifixion of Santa. Plus 4 other stories.
Eugene Michaels is the “second best gunner” and a pretty hapless guy in an doc review environment filled with hapless guys
Right now the competition that I am aiming to win is a simple one: end the year with the largest settlement in the firm.
Fighting for the trademark rights of kale. Plus, Justice Scalia recuses himself from a capital murder case, and breaking into banks legally
Three different kids go to law school. Or think about it.
You know the drill. Pen a witty caption for this image and win true Bitter Lawyer admiration and fame.
Stop abusing these four obvious and insipid frat boy lawyer words and you may actually move up in the law job pecking order.
A round of drinks to legal humor blogsters chosen for the ABA’s Top 100 Blawgs. Now get back to work. We’ve got Lowering the Bar’s take on the discipline of the lawyer who sought a “secretary with benefits” (and Kimber and Mark discussed that earlier today on Bitter Brief). Plus, making legal professionalism funny—or at…