Fighting over who gets to be called the Mitten State, plus the hearsay exception to emoticons.
We have an artistic challenge to the typical Nativity scene on government property: a county-approved crucifixion of Santa. Plus 4 other stories.
Fighting for the trademark rights of kale. Plus, Justice Scalia recuses himself from a capital murder case, and breaking into banks legally
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…
Top ten items most at risk to be shoplifted during the holiday season. Plus, suing the Pope, the Lawmageddon 2012 tour, and an insurer cries no fowl.
Bruce Carton of Legal Blog Watch issues a ruling on the pile of shit tattoo case, plus suing your kidnap victims for breach of contract
Why “Rae Carruth” is banned from Pakistani text messages, another theft of large lawn art, and a couple scores the trifecta of botched shoplifting.
A mugshot you have to see to believe. Plus, don’t text “monkey crotch” in Pakistan, the $20 law firm, and criminalizing swearwords in England.
The banned vanity plate of NE420, suing Southwest Airlines over free-drink coupons, and the latest from Finley & Figg, attorneys at law
Sugar plum fairy dumped by town for potty-mouth while in the potty. Plus, grandma pins suspect down by his balls, money-for-grades, and “I’m a drunk”