Phew, Tiger’s back. Now how about some quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom?: How did one woman contract herpes? It wasn’t from playing beer pong! In a landmark verdict, a jury awarded nearly $7 million to a 56-year-old woman infected with incurable genital herpes after sexual contact with a 77-year-old man. The man knew he’d [...]
11 Famous Law School Dropouts
A handful of law school dropouts have gained notoriety for something other than being a wannabe lawyer.
Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom that you can kick back, relax and enjoy now that Mary Jane has the California budget crisis solved: The much-anticipated Watchmen movie’s success will determine how significant of a reversal of fortune its producer stands to pay out of pocket. It all stems from a complicated legal battle between [...]
Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom for fat Val Kilmer’s Fat Tuesday pleasure: He might be willing to predict her time of death, but thank God Sen. Jim Bunning isn’t engraving RBG’s headstone. He misspelled her name twice in his letter of apology for referring to her as good as dead. It’s not Ruth Ginsberg. [...]
Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom, whether or not your law school is retiring in Florida: Promptly closing shop at 5:00 PM got Texas’ “top criminal judge” charged with failing to ensure proper access to the legal system and eroding public confidence in the fairness of judges for an incident with a lawyer seeking a [...]
Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom that make your mom significantly prouder than The Dirtiest Girl in Porn’s: For two attys, the bigger they are, the harder they fall—sort of literally… 1. “Doughy” Pillsbury lawyer, Bob Robbins, head of the firm’s corporate and securities practice, got Gawkered after a tipster reported him for jabbering into [...]
Let the numbers tell the story. Here are 15 more compelling facts from Bitter Lawyer. We leave the opinions up to you. 27. Percentage of lawyers identified as self-employed according to the U.S. Department of Labor, 2008-09 Handbook. $20,000,000. Annual amount attorney James Sokolove, who refers all cases to other lawyers, spends on advertising according [...]