Monthly Archives: October 2011

Putting Words To Occupy Wall Street

The Occupy Wall Street movement is an emergent event.  It is a spontaneous, mass protest giving expression to the anger and frustration of millions.  What follows is an attempt to put into words the meaning of what we are witnessing … Continue reading

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Two Sides of the Same Coin Leaves America on Edge

The financial crisis has now spawned two protest movements.  Both movements have their roots in a sense of fairness, and both are calling for a moral reckoning.  A full reckoning, however, would show us that we have collectively failed in … Continue reading

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Life Lessons in Litigation

The summer was fun, and my transition from court-appointed criminal work to private, employee disability work has kept me from my blog.  But the transition is now well organized, if not complete, and the summer is over, so it is … Continue reading

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