Every day our inbox overflows with legal news aggregation emails. Some of the items are useful. Some must have been authored by Captain Obvious. Some are irrelevant to our practice. We would have thought that comfortably residing in that last category are discussions of the burgeoning marijuana field. The “Week in Weed” and other such

The toughest thing about defending product liability cases is the occasional immersion in human misery.  Securities and antitrust cases pose intellectual challenges but they are, in the end, pretty much about money.  By contrast, the plaintiffs in our cases are claiming injuries to their bodies, not just their wallets.  Sometimes those alleged injuries are phony

Recently Rudy Giuliani was broiled for saying that the truth isn’t the truth.  Denying a tautology won’t typically earn one high marks for logic.  Add in the callback to Pontius Pilate’s “What is truth” question, and it sounds like bad epistemology in service of bad morality.  But we’re not here to talk politics.  Nor are

For at least forty years we’ve been hearing that soccer is going to supplant baseball, basketball, or football among America’s top three sports.  It hasn’t happened.  Maybe we heirs of Washington, Jefferson, Ruth, Rice, and Chamberlain have limited enthusiasm for one-nil scores and players diving and mimicking death throes in a cheap effort to extract