Over at the Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog, Francis Pileggi highlights one of the many quirks of practice in Delaware:

Professor Bainbridge discusses an article here from The Wall Street Journal that quotes a Delaware Superior Court judge in connection with a dress code for those who appear in his court. Most Delaware

The Wall Street Journal (and their Law Blog) had an amusing piece recently about the jockeying underway for the position of lead counsel in the Toyota Motor Corporation Unintended Acceleration Marketing, Sales Practices, and Products Liability Multidistrict Litigation, which has been consolidated in the Central District of California:

Lawyer Daniel Becnel Jr. of Reserve, La.,

One of my most popular posts was "Investing in Lawsuits" – The Free Market Counterpart to Liability Insurance, which analyzed a New York Times article on Juridica, a company that finances business litigation on the plaintiff’s side. The post drew a thoughtful comment from Richard Fields, CEO and Chairman of Juridica, about their business model.

I was going to write about how the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) had hired Carter Phillips of Sidley Austin — perhaps the most experienced Supreme Court advocate in the country — to "study" the constitutionality of President Obama’s proposed tax on the big banks, which is really just code for "SIFMA hired Phillips to create