A brilliant new study on parachute use was recently published in the British Journal of Medicine. The researchers/authors presumably will go on to enjoy long careers as expert witnesses in lawsuits involving injuries related to sky-diving. The study is open access and online; it is titled: Parachute use to prevent death and major trauma when

I’m an optimist about science and the future. But some people are not so optimist, or at least focus on negative possibilities. An open access article from Science provides a pretty good set of hypothetical future books/films that might be as groundbreaking as was Frankenstein. Gene editing plainly has plenty of people thinking about ill-intended

I remain too busy to write much, but can make time to pass on legal insight tinged with wry humor. It’s a December 8, 2017 post from Rachel Weil at the Drug & Device Law blog. Enjoy the article and wry humor, it is as great as the title:

Note to Experts: Do Not Cruelly

It’s great when lawyers mix humor into tight legal analysis. Therefore, I’ve taken the liberty of posting below an article that otherwise is caught behind a paywall that guards the November 20, 2014 issue of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.

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Top court reels in Sarbanes-Oxley fish case

By Brian J. Murray

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