I fell behind reading the advanced release opinions from Connecticut's appellate courts. This one from June about a subcontractor using deposit money from one project to fund its other projects is a fact pattern that happens all too often. The analysis applies to any business.
Minchella Law Junkies are proud to sponsor the 2022 Summer Read at the Middlebury Public Library!! “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”
The Dept. of Health and Human Services issued some guidance in the wake of SCOTUS Roe reversal. It addresses some really interesting issue for doctors, physicians and all providers about cell phone apps, tracking, and protected information.
In an opinion granting a motion for extension of time, judge noted how defense counsel attacked plaintiff's counsel ("seeking another bailout to allow him to file a late memorandum.") and doubted his veracity. We can be really good lawyers, and even better, by not doing that.
Just had a case reassigned to a new magistrate judge in the EDNY. So great for the profession to see individual rules that encourage "junior and less experienced" lawyers to argue motions, and the willingness to hold oral argument to facilitate that experience.