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Brian Huddleston

Brian Huddleston

Covers legal research, legal education and legal scholarship.

http://brianhuddleston.blogspot.com/
  • Jul 19

    Editing, Editing, and more Editing...

    Editing, Editing, and more Editing...
    I am hereby declaring a collective noun for those helpful and patient people who provide feedback and gently assist authors during the process of writing and manuscript preparation. Henceforth, two or more of them share be known as a "morass…
  • Apr 28

    Draft Finished

    Draft Finished
    Twelve Chapters, 264 pages, 45,000 words, and 256 illustrations. Done, ready for the reviewers. Publication, maybe, this fall.
  • Mar 19

    RIP Chuck Berry and CNN Sloppy Copywriters???

    RIP Chuck Berry and CNN Sloppy Copywriters???
    Chuck Berry deserves better than this from CNN - a slap-dash obituary with some website's URL still embedded:That is not a link, and I don't think CNN gives sources for their stories anyway.
Rank this Week: 857

Outsourcing Justice

Outsourcing Justice

Covers arbitration law developments. By Imre Szalai.

http://www.outsourcingjustice.com
  • May 21

    Supreme Court’s Epic Systems Decision– A Spartan Kick to Worker

    Supreme Court’s Epic Systems Decision– A Spartan Kick to Worker
    The Supreme Court just issued its ruling in the much-anticipated arbitration cases, Epic Systems, Murphy Oil, and Ernst & Young (click here for the Supreme Court’s decision).  These cases pitted the Federal Arbitration Act…
  • Mar 28

    More on Stormy/Trump Arbitration Saga

    More on Stormy/Trump Arbitration Saga
    Stormy’s attorney just filed a motion for a trial under the FAA and for expedited discovery.  (Here’s a copy of Stormy’s motion and a copy of Stormy’s legal brief). As for discovery, discovery regarding the…
  • Mar 25

    7th Circuit: Child Not Bound By Parent’s Arbitration Clause (and Indirectly, the Supreme Court is Supremely Wrong)

    7th Circuit: Child Not Bound By Parent’s Arbitration Clause (and Indirectly, the Supreme Court is Supremely Wrong)
    The Seventh Circuit recently addressed whether a child could be bound by her parent’s arbitration agreement.  See A.D. v. Credit One Bank, No. 17-1486 (7th Cir. Mar. 22, 2018) (click here for a copy of the decision).  In this…
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Bloom Legal LLC

Bloom Legal LLC

Covers personal injury and criminal law.

http://www.bloomlegal.com/blog/
  • Apr 27

    Early Probation Termination: Here’s What You Need to Know

    Early Probation Termination: Here’s What You Need to Know
    If you’ve been convicted of a crime in New Orleans and received probation in lieu of jail time, you may consider yourself lucky that you avoided time behind bars. But that doesn’t mean that probation […] The post Early…
  • Apr 27

    Early Probation Termination: Here’s What You Need to Know

    Early Probation Termination: Here’s What You Need to Know
    If you’ve been convicted of a crime in New Orleans and received probation in lieu of jail time, you may consider yourself lucky that you avoided time behind bars. But that doesn’t mean that probation […] The post Early…
  • Apr 13

    Can You Withdraw a Guilty Plea in a New Orleans Criminal Case?

    Can You Withdraw a Guilty Plea in a New Orleans Criminal Case?
    If you’ve entered into a plea bargain with prosecutors and pled guilty to a crime in New Orleans, you can ask the court to take your plea back, but there is no guarantee that your […] The post Can You Withdraw a Guilty Plea in a…
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