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June 12th, 2009


The Citizen Media Law Project does a step-by-step analysis of how Tony La Russa’s lawsuit against Twitter went viral;

Did a local news reporter cross the line of propriety here in a Sexaholics Anonymous report?

In an breathless “expose” … an obviously inexperienced “investigative” reporter for a local cable news organization climaxed her over-the-top report by melodramatically bursting into a closed meeting of Sexaholics Anonymous “demanding answers” to her “disturbing questions” and expressing “frustration” that the startled sex addicts would not interrupt their meeting to sit down with her for impromptu on-camera interviews.

White Coat Notes continues his series of what it’s like to be a medical malpractice defendant. In part 4, he talks about deposition prep and in part 5, the deposition itself.

Ron Miller has big concerns over Obama caving to medical lobby by enacting a “reform” in order to pass health insurance legislation.

The New York Times has an article today about A.I.G. balking at paying claims regarding the US Airways flight 1459 that ditched in the Hudson in January. In addition to lost property, some folks are now suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. No surprise here, as I indicated on the day of the crash that was likely to happen.

And Blawg Review #215 sets sail at Carolyn Elefant’s My Shingle, with a distinctly nautical theme.

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