Monthly Archives: June 2007

How much is too much?

This article regarding Steve Beshear and the legal fees associated with the demise of Kentucky Central Life Insurance Company is likely the first of many on this topic. The article is focusing on the ramifications for Steve Beshear’s bid for … Continue reading

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There but by the grace of God . . .

Robert Bork, former nominee to the Supreme Court, filed suit against the Yale Club of New York City. The interesting thing here is that Bork was a strong reporter of tort reform. In this suit based on a fall as … Continue reading

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The rule of law is alive and well

In a recent 4th Circuit decision, al-Marri v. Cmdr S.L. Wright, Judge Diana Gribbon Motz said: “The president cannot eliminate constitutional protections with the stroke of a pen by proclaiming a civilian, even a criminal civilian, an enemy combatant subject … Continue reading

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