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The Columnist

Books The Columnist The Library of America gives Jimmy Breslin the treatment. Jimmy Breslin: Essential Writings, ed. Dan Barry, Library of America Every publication—every good publication, anyway—is a bit like a baseball team. You’ve got your writers of various sorts, editorialists, book reviewers, and so on. These are your players. Foremost are the reporters, invariably… Continue reading The Columnist

Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood

Culture Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood I’ve been going back to eastern Kentucky for over a decade. Since 2016, something there has changed. Kevin Rogers has five rules: love God, love others, don’t do dumb things, don’t die, and “Get ye, therefore, over thyself.” “Roger’s Rules” govern the work of Big Creek Missions, an inter-denominational Christian ministry… Continue reading Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood

The morning read for Monday, April 22

Share The justices will hear oral argument in City of Grants Pass, Oregon v. Johnson and Smith v. Spizzirri this morning. Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. Here’s the Monday morning read: Supreme Court weighs Oregon city’s power to punish the homeless (Lawrence Hurley,… Continue reading The morning read for Monday, April 22

To stay or dismiss a suit while waiting for arbitration?

Share It seems like the justices can’t have a monthly argument session without at least one case under the Federal Arbitration Act. Monday’s argument in Smith v. Spizziri asks what the options are for a trial judge who refers a pending suit to arbitration. Section 3 of the Federal Arbitration Act says that if the… Continue reading To stay or dismiss a suit while waiting for arbitration?

Morning Docket: 04.22.24

* After fighting over disclosing the witness list, prosecutors agreed to give Trump’s team the name of the first witness over the weekend with the admonishment that they didn’t want to see the name leaked or they wouldn’t be divulging any more names. Anyway, the first witness is David Pecker. [CNN]
* Meanwhile, Justice Engoron considers whether the many, many flaws in Trump’s civil fraud bond can be overlooked. [Reuters]
* Washington Post editorial board pushes for Supreme Court to protect laws to punish the homeless as a means to encourage using shelters. Except the case is explicitly and only about the constitutionality of cities penalizing homeless people when there are NOT available shelters. Do these people even bother reading up on these cases before writing about them? [Washington Post]
* Biglaw pushing recruiting earlier and earlier into the school year. Because students definitely need more distractions during 1L. [Bloomberg Law News]
* Self-immolation incident prompts security review. [Law360]
* More trouble for Lewis Brisbois. [American Lawyer]
* Michael Avenatti says he’s willing to testify on behalf of Trump. “I’m not saying any of this because I’m seeking a pardon,” he said. Sure. [Yahoo]
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