At Concurring Opinions, The Truth about Multitasking:

I’ve been of two minds about multitasking for some time. But growing evidence is suggesting that the very concept is a myth:

Dr. Edward Hallowell, a Massachusetts-based psychiatrist who specializes in the treatment of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and has written a book with the self-explanatory title CrazyBusy,

At Electronic Discovery Blog, "Employee’s motion to quash granted where employer cannot establish that employee had no expectation of privacy in using employer’s computer system:"

Requestor defendant employer subpoenaed third party producer to produce “all electronically stored information on all computers, laptops, PDA’s, portable media or other devices” between plaintiff employee’s husband and plaintiff

A tip of my hat to Judge McLaughlin of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania for this footnote:

The URL for the "Fair Value for Dummies" article is:

Exhibit FP-35. According to the affidavit of Molly Bragg, Project Coordinator of the Internet Archive, Exhibit FP-34, a URL in

Adam Smith, Esq. hosts a high-level discussion on competition in the legal market and whether general counsels really want change.

I am, obviously, neither a general counsel of a large company nor an attorney at a large corporate firm, so I won’t speak to that. Some comments (not necessarily by Bruce, he quotes others liberally there) bear comment. If you care, continue on…Continue Reading “GC’s May Be Complaining, But Do They Really Want Change?”