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31 Oct 2007, 12:45 pm
Peter Lattman seems to be as big a fan of Bill Marler's blog as we are. [read post]
31 Oct 2007, 9:10 am
Peter Lattman of the Wall Street Journal forwarded the following message from the PTO to Gene Quinn in response to inquiries he made regarding the rules being enjoined:Interest shown by the U.S. [read post]
30 Oct 2007, 10:00 am
Both sources credit ATL; we thank Anthony Lin and Peter Lattman for the shout-outs. [read post]
23 Oct 2007, 6:56 pm
Peter Lattman, who works in the same building as CWT, has solved the mystery. [read post]
23 Oct 2007, 3:44 am
And further, that any attorney that participates for a personal injury case may be committing legal malpractice.The story comes via Peter Lattman at the WSJ Law Blog a few days ago who got it from TechCrunch.The website urges people to contact them with their complaints and post their confidential legal papers, and then attorneys they have never met, spoken with or vetted, will bid for their business and the winner will get the case.Just think of the trial testimony, regarding… [read post]
21 Oct 2007, 5:01 pm
At the Wall Street Journal Law Blog, Peter Lattman provided some of the underlying numbers, including those for two mesothelioma-related keyword phrases, which came in at $51.68 and $65.21 per click-through. [read post]
19 Oct 2007, 5:30 pm
[Washington Briefs; Washington Briefs] * Peter Lattman has gotten a hold of Elana Elbogen's complaint in the Case of the Pastel Hydrangeas. [read post]
19 Oct 2007, 12:11 pm
Law Blog (Almost) Lawyer of the Day: 18-Year-Old Kathleen Holtz, by Peter Lattman Young Law School Grad Skips the Bars and Tries to Pass the Bar Instead; Eighteen-Year-Old Kathleen Holtz Has Already Been Hired by a Century City Firm; If... [read post]
12 Oct 2007, 6:30 pm
Petersburg Times via Blogonaut] * Exciting happenings this weekend: (1) the CSPAN rebroadcast of the Clarence Thomas book party, and (2) the nuptials of the Wall Street Journal's Peter Lattman. [read post]
10 Oct 2007, 6:29 am
Update: Howard Erichson notes Eaves's slogan ""If it wasn't your fault or an act of God then someone must be held responsible" and Peter Lattman also covers the page-1 Times story. [read post]
6 Oct 2007, 3:55 pm
  Not Peter Lattman, who writes The Wall Street Journal's marvelous Law Blog. [read post]
5 Oct 2007, 9:19 pm
At the Wall Street Journal Law Blog, Peter Lattman describes "a bubbling trademark spat" between the Hammer Museum in Haines, Alaska, and the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles:"The Alaska Hammer, created in 2000, is dedicated to the oldest human tool .... [read post]
5 Oct 2007, 3:00 am
  Written by Peter Lattman (and others), the WSJ Law Blog is always entertaining. [read post]
4 Oct 2007, 6:49 am
If you read one you must read the other;WSJ Law Blog - Peter Lattman brings quirkiness to his employer's staid personality;How Appealing - Howard Bashman is the best aggregator of law stories around, even though the brand new ABAJournal is breathing down his neck with competition. [read post]
2 Oct 2007, 3:07 am
Regarding Clarence Thomas (David Bernstein @ Volokh)Witness for the Persecution (Eugene Robinson at Washington Post)Anita Hill reemerges, as she must, to respond to the Clarence Thomas memoir (Ann Althouse)Anita Hill Fights Back (Peter Lattman @ WSJ Law Blog)An Angry Justice Thomas Targets Liberal Groups (ABA Journal)Addendum:ABC Sympathetically Spins 'Withering' Media Attacks on Anita Hill (Scott Whitlock, NewsBusters)Justice Thomas: I'm not "bitter", you… [read post]
1 Oct 2007, 4:52 pm
" Not true, Bill tells Peter Lattman: “21,000,000 pounds of hamburger meat is recalled – that is 84,000,000 quarter-pound hamburgers – and Dr. [read post]
31 Aug 2007, 7:59 pm
Peter Lattman at the WSJ's Law Blog has a wonderful series of guest author posts welcoming 1L's to law school. [read post]
30 Aug 2007, 11:15 pm
Meanwhile, Peter Lattman over at the WSJ Law Blog provides this post on the breaking of the heretofore sacrosanct $1,000-an-hour billing rate, which includes local attorney Steve Susman's classic observation that he charges in excess of a grand per hour "to discourage anyone hiring me" on an hourly basis. [read post]