I’ve been absent a bit from this blog as I gear up for the Paine to Pain Trail Half Marathon, which takes place this Sunday. I’m the founder and race director, so that eats up much of my non-lawyering time. This has turned into a major community event with over 600 people now registered to run, with over 100 volunteers helping.
But I’m not so busy as to ignore the fact that the Jewish High Holy Day of Rosh Hashanah starts this evening. For a review of how the law and Rosh Hashanah might intermingle, you can read Ron Coleman’s Likelihood of Confusion last year at this time when he hosted Blawg Review #280 with that theme.
And to those celebrating the New Year, L’ShanaTova Tikatevu.