- One newly divorced couple says that just because the marriage didn’t go on forever, doesn’t mean it was a failure.
- There’s a time and place for sarcasm. It’s probably not a good idea in the courtroom.
- Strong face = strong profits.
- Tribune Company creditors have been given the go-ahead to sue Sam Zell.
- Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) is looking into articles of impeachment against Chief Justice Roberts for the harm done in the Citizens United decision.
- Carolyn Elefant revels in the beauty of the retainer letter.
- Would you like fries with that? Connecticut law firm opens an office with a drive-thru window.
The American Bar Association has made good on its threat to sue if the FTC didn’t exempt lawyers from its Red Flags Rule, Kimberly Atkins writes for our sister paper, Lawyers USA. The lawsuit was filed today in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C.
The rule is designed to prevent identity theft from creditors and financial institutions, but, as our own Steve Lash reported, the FTC delayed implementation for a third time last month. The current effective date is Nov. 1.