Today’s blog entry is a discussion of two related cases. The comes from the first case comes out of the 11th Circuit. It is Behr v. Campbell, here, and it discusses the Rooker-Feldman doctrine. That decision is a published decision decided on August 12, 2021. The second decision is Lund v. Cowan,

It is time for the top 10 plus three of 2017. For the most part, the greatest hits, but not of all of their order of popularity stayed the same from 2016 to 2017, except for one entry (negligence per se dropped out of the top 10 and was replaced by the history of ADA

Today’s case, Glueck v. National Conference of Bar Examiners illustrates the perils of proceeding pro se. The case is certainly worth appealing to the Fifth Circuit. However, the plaintiff is now proceeding with a constitutional challenge to various statutes, which I don’t think will go anywhere. At any rate, the case bears discussing and it

Before moving on to the post of the week, you will notice that the blog has a new look and feel. I upgraded the blog so that it is better able to be used on mobile devices and more importantly the upgrade increases its ability to be accessible. Besides the look, you will see that

Before we get started on the blog entry of the day, a couple of housekeeping matters are in order. First, you may be wondering why my website/blog site and my professional email went down last week. The company that was hosting my website was bought out by another company, and there were some mechanical things

As everyone knows, my blog entries usually go up on Monday of a given week. Obviously, I missed last week. Last week my daughter was on break and my wife also took the week off. So, lots of family things going on. We also have out-of-town company in for an extended weekend, but I am