Loose Ends, 10-25-08


Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom:

It’s the weekend.  The economy’s in the toilet.  (What bonus?) You’re stressed—maybe even laid off.  You hate your life.  What’s an overeducated Bitter Lawyer to do to feel alive and whole again?  Pick a vice.  And really invest in it.  [Radar]

“A federal judge in Philadelphia last night threw out a complaint by a Montgomery County lawyer [Philip J. Berg] who claimed that Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama was not qualified to be president and that his name should be removed from the Nov. 4 ballot.” Berg couldn’t be reached for comment following the judge’s toss of his case.  Likely off trying to reason with Starbucks to remove coffee from their menu.  [Philadelphia Daily News]

AIG takes their best sales people to posh resorts.  ING takes their client with the greatest numbers of referrals to court.  [Boston Herald]

Speaking of AIG—reminder: No free refills.  [AFP]

HLS is the filthiest, richest, wealthiest law school eva.  [law.harvard.edu]

We know what’s at the top of every legal d-bag’s holiday wish list this year.  And if not the whole calendar, at least either Ms. July or Mr. March.  [BeautifulLawyers.com]

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