Baseball Crank
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August 24, 2003
BLOG: Much From Musil

One of the bloggers I read far too infrequently is Robert Musil. But I've just added him to my blogroll, and if you haven't been to his site lately, you should check out entries like these:

+Noting an issue that I've been concerned about myself, Musil looks in more depth at the weakness of the California economy compared to the nation. Musil's been one of the best sources for punditry on the recall.

+A hilarious "Guide to the Lesser Husseins"

+Thoughts on a Mississippi ruling equating a fetus with a person under state law.

+A fascinating observation on the new ABA rules for lawyers' ability to blow the whistle on clients engaged in potential financial fraud: while the new SEC rules under Sarbanes-Oxley create a duty to disclose client confidences in certain circumstances when the client is a public company, the new model professional rules simply give the lawyer discretion to do so. Musil notes that this gives lawyers the effective ability to at least implicitly blackmail their clients.

Posted by Baseball Crank at 11:05 PM | Blog 2002-05 | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0)

Great comments guys. Peter FDA

Posted by: Peter at November 10, 2003 9:26 PM
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