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The (Kinda-Sorta) Daily Memo - 2/23/09

check.jpgSome of the many ways BigLaw bilks BigCorporation. (Bitter Lawyer)

check.jpgWait, a “motion to kiss my ass” is the worst motion ever? I beg to differ. (Supreme Dicta)

check.jpgPACER is terrible, but it should still be free. (Concurring Opinions)

check.jpgA Texas court has ruled that Texas Hold ‘Em is a game of skill. (Forbes)

check.jpgSorry Roman Polanski, just because you’re older and well-respected doesn’t mean your criminal sins of the past simply get washed away … without at least showing up to court. (Law.com)

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Matthew Washington should start a law firm with Jonathan Lee Riches!

(1)The article is about a South Carolina judge, not a Texas judge.
(2) It is reminiscent of an A.P. Herbert humorous piece in his collection More Uncommon Law, in which picking the winners of soccer games (the pools) run by newspapers is deemed to be a contest of luck and not skill.