Letters Blogatory Editorial Policy Update
Like any blogger who covers developments in the case law, I sometimes cover cases involving persons or companies accused of unsavory things. Yesterday I received a comment from a reader who said that he was the victim of one of the alleged fraudsters I’ve written about. The comment didn’t have to do with the substance […]
Open Government Update
For those of you who are interested in my attempts to obtain copies of the testimony given at a recent Massachusetts legislative committee hearing on the Uniform Foreign-Country Money Judgment Recognition Act, here are the latest developments: I corresponded with the House chairman of the Joint Committee on the Judiciary, Rep. Eugene O’Flaherty (D-Chelsea), about […]
Foiled! Letters Blogatory Turned Away At The Statehouse
There was a hearing today before the Joint Committee on the Judiciary of the Massachusetts legislature regarding the Uniform Foreign Court Money Judgment Act, which Massachusetts may adopt. The bill was introduced at the start of the current legislative session. I couldn’t attend the hearing, so I called the Committee’s offices to ask whether I […]
The Digests are Up To Date!
A few of you—a very few—responded to my invitation to weigh in on whether to keep the digests up and running, but the vote was unanimously in favor. And so … both the topical digest and the digest by jurisdiction are up to now up to date!
State of the Blog
There’s no substantive post for today. Instead, I have one of my occasional meta-posts about the State of the Blog. A few items of interest: 1. Popular Cases. It’s not surprising that the more recent cases of the day tend to attract more readers, since folks who read the blog regularly likely read the posts […]