Yale Law Library… where the rules live
. PENG Yanan via Wikimedia Commons.
An interesting and seemingly
Hague-related case came to light this week, and it came specifically to my attention thanks to the NorCal IP Blog
by the guys at Orrick Herrington.* As it turns out, it isn’t a Hague case after all. View Full Post
I hate to be the guy who breaks this to you,
I said to the client, but there is no chance that you’ll be able to get that notice of hearing served in time. Not properly, anyway.
Poor fellow was a first-year associate, trying to get a notice of a guardianship hearing served on an absent father. View Full Post
This morning marks the 100th anniversary of the United States’ entry into the First World War, and the center of the commemorations is my adopted hometown, Kansas City, Missouri. After the war, Kansas City was the first community to build a memorial to her fallen sons– indeed the fallen sons of all communities thrust into the fight– and somehow, that memorial became a repository for artifacts sent from across the nation by soldiers, sailors, Marines… even a few airmen here & there. View Full Post
Olso Harbor. Hylgeriak, via Wikimedia Commons.
I say all the time that we ain’t building rockets here
. But we are building a ship
, and a leaky ship means that your people could not possibly reach North America from Europe. View Full Post
This morning at about 10:20 eastern time, I had the overwhelming honor of being sworn into the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States. I don’t post this completely non-Hague-related news to brag. Rather, I post it to encourage every lawyer who ever has a chance to do this… do it. View Full Post