Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Your Tuesday Morning Digital Dump!



Hi kids, I hope everyone had a nice and restful President's Day weekend.

So let's see what is happening around town:

1.  Yes, that guy also filed a Carnival Triumph lawsuit (pending before Judge Moore).

2.  Florida Supreme Court declines to hear judge/Facebook "friends" case.

3.  You know you want to hire Casey Anthony as your next paralegal:
The lack of a high school diploma and formalized education will not prevent a career in law as a paralegal. Neither will misdemeanor convictions for lying to police, felony convictions for felony bad check charges or even allegations of kidnapping and murder.
Why should it -- welcome to the South Florida job pool!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

The cases against Carnival are LOSERS.

Anonymous said...

Can you say Motion to Dismiss? Welcome to Maritime law.

Anonymous said...

Judge Moore meet Aaronfeld - Aaronfeld, meet the boot.

Anonymous said...

Casey is a hottie. If she dressed the "right" way (tight short skirts, high heels, shear tops) she could sashay around my office. Any time.

Anonymous said...

Hey, that's the guy that killed JFK.

Anonymous said...

To begin with, why, oh why, do attorneys make personal jurisdictional allegations; they aren't required by Rule 8, and they just take up space. I know I'm in the minority here, but I'm nonetheless correct. Second, there's no reason to cite court decisions in a complaint. Last, this complaint has a very good chance of getting the boot on Iqbal grounds -- there are, like, no facts. Just amend as of right and save the defense attorney and the judge (and his clerk) some time and money right now.

Anonymous said...

I think Casey's Attorney was revealing more about what she thinks or possibly knows, of Casey in her comments: "She is . . . very computer savvy person, [blah blah blah] may lie somewhere in that field". (Aren't conspiracy theories great!)

Anonymous said...

Federal Court is not the place for hacks to play. I predict this case will soon be referred to a real lawyer or it will cease to exist.