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Previously on the Internet (2/8/13)

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Thinking about all our friends in the northeast and New England bracing themselves for a blizzard. Hunker down, stay safe and read these posts you may have missed in the last couple of weeks.

Legal Examiner Posts

What Can I Settle My Case For – Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IVPete Mackey, Mobile

An Open Letter to Gov. Snyder of Michigan on Real No Fault Reform – Steve Gursten, Detroit

Will Hawai'i spend "Just A Few Seconds" to think about Distracted Driving? – Wayne Parsons, Honolulu

Will Trump-Maher Lawsuit Make the U.S. Chamber "Ridiculous" List? Naah! – Mark Bello, Southfield

Bad Faith: Insurance Companies' Devilish Denials – Dottie Perry, Mobile

Paying it Forward at Starbucks – Stephanie Gelber, Buffalo

"Calling Dr. Google" : Healthcare in the internet age – John McKiggan, Atlantic Canada

Did You Hire a Lawyer or a Marketing Professional? – Jon Lewis, Birmingham

Elsewhere around the Web (many of the usual supects contnuing to kick butt)

“NO. IN FACT, I WORRY ABOUT NOT OFFENDING PEOPLE.” – Associates Mind

Football At The Crossroads Of The Safe Mainstream And The Violent Margins – Litigation and Trial

The Practice: Blogging And Other Social Media, Like A Search Engine Whore – Above the Law

The Pop Tort
The New York Times Schizophrenic Medical Malpractice Coverage
Finally Getting Hip to J&J’s Cover-Up

Eric Turkewitz
Is Google Stupid?
The Wrong Lawyers for the Job? (BigLaw Trial Attorneys Get Bench Slapped)

Scott Greenfield
If You Happen To Come Across Tony
Tongue Holding, Blawgosphere Style
Breaking News: There's Something Called "The Internet"