Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Your Tuesday Digital Dump.

 
Hi kids, a lot happening here in sunny South Florida.

Let's get right to it:

1.  Once again The Garvinator delves into the law, this time crisply analyzing the complicated 200+ page health care opinion thusly:  it reminds him of that time Bubba lied about his schmeckle!

(I'm not kidding.)

2.  This has nothing to do with South Florida, but a Manhattan deli can properly claim ownership of the "Heart Attack Sandwich" throughout all of New York (h/t Random Pixels):
Before filing suit, the Heart Attack Grill sent a cease-and-desist letter claiming the sandwiches — the Instant Heart Attack features two latkes filed with corned beef, pastrami, turkey and salami– violated its trademarks for its various “Bypass” burgers.
The “Quadruple Bypass Burger,” by comparison, features four half-pound beef patties, eight slices of American cheese, a whole tomato and half an onion. It weighs in at a whopping 8,000 calories.
Come on, even my mother ("eat, you're too skinny!") would not try to serve me this sandwich:


Good thing there's no obesity epidemic in this country!

3.  11th Circuit opinion upholding bank waiver of arbitration provision in Checking Overdraft litigation by submitting issue to Judge King -- oops!

4.  Spencer's breakfast club interviews criminal defense lawyer Scott Kotler:


Spence, you know how those pictures at Disney World when we were kids always had a big palm tree behind our heads?

Just saying.....

8 comments:

  1. I like hamburgers as much as the next person but how the heck do you fit that monstrous sized burger in your mouth?!

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  2. "Spence, you know how those pictures at Disney World when we were kids always had a big palm tree behind our heads?"

    Sure, we're professional attorneys, but why do we need to hire a professional photographer?

    I'll just put my little video camera on this tripod and hit the start button. And who cares if we sound like we're talking into a Campbell's soup can?

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  3. i like the view of the parking garage

    kotlicker looks like a criminal defendant in a suit, and that he could go postal

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  4. 3:25 you could learn from this you douche.

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  5. Layperson In the CommunityJuly 11, 2012 at 12:54 AM

    Sorry to step away from the topic, but I do have a question, maybe someone could explain. I am a layperson that reads the blogs very often. I learned of the Adam Kaufman case and the 12 jurors on his trial, I am very curious about it, I think that is a very important issue, I would like to know if the hundreds of people pending charges and facing life are going to get the same treatment, and if not, would that be grounds for appeal? Another question: I know the Judge denied the Motion to use 12 jurors, why then it was implemented?
    I must say that I learn a lot from all the posts and comments, and I like to thank all the Legal Blogers for all the information.

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  6. Let me get this straight, that burger is legal in NYC but Bloomberg wants to outlaw the Big Gulp. Really???

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  7. Scott Kotler is one of the best state criminal defense attorneys in the area. I have known him for over 20 years and the two words that describe him are; NOT GUILTY!

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