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WANTED: Attorney

Unfortunately, I have an annoying tendancy to do the right thing by people, obey the law, avoid conflict, and abide my contractual committments even when they're not really contracts at all.

So no worries, iwhyawli doesn't really need an attorney, but if I did, I think I would hire the novice attorney who advertises himself/herself to be a complete pushover in the courtroom with only a surface level knowledge of the law. I know they must be out there somewhere.

In the 5/1 Open Discussion thread, Jenny wrote an entire book and then toward the bottom, we can see that things look bad for Kate's upcoming custody battles.

Jenny said...

Btw, I know he fired his attorney (List) but I just read somewhere that he's hired a well known, aggressive Philadelphia attorney whose specialty is custody law. I forget her name but apparently she knows her stuff and is a real bulldog in the courtroom and doesn't let anything get by her. That's the last I heard...and that he's also "trying to work things out amicably with Kate." If that's the case...not sure why he'd go ahead and hire an attorney...but anyway, that's all I've heard about it so just wanted to mention it. Maybe I'm missing some more news on it.

4/30/2010 9:20 PM

One of iwhyawli's favorite TV shows used to be Boston Legal so I happen to know a little bit about the legal industry, and every industry has its own lexicon. In a real estate listing, for example, the word "charming" means "about to fall down" and in the health field, "nutricious " means "you'll crap for a week". Well, in the legal field, "high-powered" happens to mean "giant obnoxious and self-absorbed jackass."


I can't help but notice that the Dow plunged yesterday.

Kate getting the boot from DWTS followed by another sudden downturn in the economy can't be a coincidence.

Case in Point: When Kate was on the show, I would DRIVE to/from work on Mondays and Tuesdays just to make certain I was ass-in-chair by showtime. But this week, I'm back to taking the train and I missed both episodes. That's a savings of $40 per day in parking, tolls and at least one -half tank of gas. It won't be long before we're reading about mass layoffs again.

Let's also not forget the dramatic reduction in text messaging fees that this week brings.

I blame GWOP.