Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Non-Sequiturs: 08.02.16

* Remember that Donald Trump tell-all from a former lawyer? Does the piece violate rules against the disclosure of privileged information? [New York Personal Injury Blog] * Judge Jed Rakoff slams consumer consent to arbitration agreements as a "legal fiction." [Law360 (sub. req.)] * According to a HUD report, a New Orleans judge is running a home for the elderly and disabled with "dangerous health and safety risks." [NOLA.com] * Advice on prepping for an oral argument. [Lawyerist] * Canadian Supreme Court justices are going to be chosen in an all new way. [The Star] * Field-administered drug tests are not as reliable as the criminal justice system would like you to believe. [Guile is Good] * Stuff lawyers say. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GNyobx3Agk

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