September 08, 2009
Supply and demand for judicial services
I've been trying to understand changes over time in the California state budget, though the data are presented in a way that makes that extremely difficult to do. I did spend enough time to discover one component of the budget that seems to have grown at a pretty healthy pace if you look at the last decade as a whole.
September 29, 2007
Nattering Naybob condemns the injustice in the Vonage court decisions.
April 18, 2007
Patent protection and technological innovation
There is a potential conflict between the two that we ought to revisit as the nature of technological advance itself undergoes profound changes.
September 24, 2006
What do Russia and California have in common?
July 21, 2006
That's one way to raise those campaign dollars
A California lawyer tells doctors that they should not expect to be asked to testify in workers' compensation trials unless they contribute $2,500 to Phil Angelides' campaign for governor.
April 13, 2006
An open letter to the Honorable Judge Carl J. West
My two cents worth on the multimillion dollar class-action lawsuit that was filed on my behalf against Ralphs Grocery Company.
December 20, 2005
When I expressed dismay this fall about a lawsuit against the National Park Service on behalf of a rock climber killed by a rock slide, several readers told me not to worry, the case would be dismissed. Well, you were right.
November 28, 2005
Blind leading the blind
Score another one for the Americans with Disabilities Act.
September 17, 2005
Two more examples of why I think America's lawyers are out of control.
August 22, 2005
Murky future for Merck
So what's the big deal? We'll just get some other company to take its place in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.