This is my final fit My final bellyache With no alarms and no surprises No alarms I need to vent about my business travel on Sunday through Tuesday, trying to make it to mediation in Charleston, South Carolina. On Sunday afternoon, the Hartsfield International Airport shut down due to a power outage caused when a […]
Update on the Atlanta Airport Power Outage There were at least fifty full planes that I could see stuck on the tarmac for five hours or more. While I was grateful not to be stuck out there, I had no power to charge any of my devices. As time passed, rumors began to circulate among […]
This is the house we used to live in This is the place I used to know This is the house we used to live in Where I felt I could always go Travel Day. The afternoon the lights went out in Georgia’s Hartsfield International Airport. Pat Dinizio of the Smithereens died last week and […]
Motion practice is underrated. In particular, my practice is made up of a small number of high value cases that tend to end up before the assigned judges on a relatively regular basis. Issues are often hotly contested and each hearing is like a small skirmish or battle in a larger fight for control of […]
On The Road: Downtown Sarasota.
Back in the old stomping grounds in Broward County for one of our cases there. Things are changing. As usual, I park at our old office.
Lunch at Ben’s Chili Bowl Yesterday
Travel day – Washington, D.C.
I like to listen. I have learned a great deal from listening carefully. Most people never listen. Ernest Hemingway When I walked into my first job as a lawyer, Charles Morehead gave me some of the best advice I ever got. The Firm was a competitive shark tank teeming with talented predators – so these […]