It took about two months after the Supreme Court decision, but same-sex marriage issues are back in the news cycle. And they’ve had quite a cycle this week.
Tom Brady will begin the 2015 NFL season as the starting quarterback of the New England Patriots for the 14th consecutive season following U.S. District Court Judge Richard Berman’s grant of the National Football League Players Association’s motion to vacate NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s July 28, 2015, arbitration award imposing a four-game suspension on Brady.
The National Football League, the National Basketball Association, and Major League Baseball all prohibit their players from using marijuana, even if recommended by a doctor for medicinal use and even if marijuana use is lawful in the state in which the team sits.
In the beginning, we solved problems but did so inefficiently and unpredictably. That was Old Law.
I like to look for humor in the law. I also like to provide answers to questions people occasionally ask me, such as “Can I copyright my recipe?” and “Can I copyright a name?”
The Tom Brady legal victory is being criticized, lauded, and talked about by millions in our fanatical football country.
This is my “Labor Day” post. (hehe)
Over the many years I made presentations to contractors, and now to lawyers, I have always tried to “work the room” before the presentation.
I am sure that every lawyer out there, divorce lawyer and non-divorce lawyer alike has had a prospective client in their office who was expressing positions that were off the wall and virtually impossible to attain.
The Minnesota State Fair continues to provide endless blog fodder for those who care about intellectual property.
Most lawyers and law firms live in the past whenn it comes to blogs.