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I've been around some smaller wildfires but it is hard to relate to the suck this guy must have been feeling.
As a side note, awhile back I saw this article (or a similar one) on insurance companies hiring private firefighters. Here are the details of the service provided by AIG.
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Bar Prep - Day 27
Finished the Friday assignment. Have not started the weekend assignment yet. Giving self a generous break today. Tomorrow, work will resume.
Can a Patent be Assigned on a Claim-by-Claim Basis
I recently ran across an IP due diligence issue that reminded me yet again of the importance of reviewing patent assignment documents and not simply relying on the USPTO’s assignment database...
Summer Research Help
Have to do an Arizona or federal legislative history assignment, or maybe you can?t quite remember the names of all those secondary sources that are helpful for starting an assignment or you need the address for a really good legal Internet site? Don?t forget to use the Law Library?s website at http://www...
PS: I think I failed my LPS assignment
My water heater decided to go bust not just on the Wednesday before our assignment was due, causing me to miss class that day AND not get any work done on my argument, but it stopped giving heat on Thursday...
Clients First-IF Clients Really First Why Misinformation
Factoring Company "Client First" is misinforming the public about structured settlements. Here are a few examples Client First Says In Its Glossary (5/2/2008): A qualified assignment agreement is "an assignment of the obligation to make future settlement payments which satisfies...
Summer Associate Writing Tips
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This article in the National Law Journal offers tips to help summer associates write better, but these tips could also be helpful to any law students or new attorneys. For anyone receiving a writing assignment from a lawyer, #3 is particularly helpful--it reminds us that attorneys sometimes accidentally leave out key information when giving a writing assignment and that the person receiving the assignment should ask for the missing information before beginning...