* DWE? Guy gets ticketed for eating while driving. I mean, maybe if he were having spaghetti behind the wheel. [WSB TV] * Older lawyers need to get over themselves and figure out how computers work. Millennials have better things to do than save your documents for you. [2Civility] * Lobbying firms made bank last year. Squire Patton Boggs not so much. [Washington Post] * Proposals abound to change the way courts issue warrants for online evidence. Wait, they still need warrants for online activity? That’s not the sense I’d gotten over the last couple of years. [Associate’s Mind] * You can give a cop the finger. Didn’t know we needed a decision on this one. [Countercurrent News] * New Jersey had to issue an ethical opinion because two judges were spending their free time going to dinner with a guy indicted for corruption. Another one where I didn’t think we needed a decision. [Legal Profession Blog] * Time for a good cause: Attorney Bernardo Cuadra is running the Boston Marathon to raise money for MS research. [National MS Society] * Lat does another interview about Supreme Ambitions (affiliate link) [Enchanting Lawyer]






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