Wow! Uncle Joe brought it last night, huh? Took a page straight out of the Romney playbook and came out swinging. I'm the biggest fence-sitter there is when it comes to politics. A liberal republican? A conservative democrat? No filling in all Rs or Ds here. But after two debates I have to score it 1-1. Of course, last night's debate doesn't really mean anything, but election season is always fun (other than the annoying commercials and phone calls). This was my favorite part:
On to the links!
Legal Examiner Articles
Greg Webb notes that medical device failure hurts not only patients, but insurance companies' wallets as well.
The meningitis outbreak has been a popular topic. Jessie Hoerman is concerned about the real people behind the numbers.
Michael Stratton shares some stories of trial lawyers doing good in their communities.
Jon Lewis has advice for people with aging parents who may be considering nursing home decisions.
Elsewhere Around the Web
This guy hurts the already-suffering reputation of lawyers. Don't act like this guy. (Above the Law)
This guy either. (Saramento News 10)
On the opposite end of the spectrum, Karen Koehler discusses trying MIST cases. I've never met Karen, but this post makes me wish I had. (The Velvet Hammer)
Max Kennerly looks at the fungal meningitis outbreak and the power of incentives. Attorneys, subscribe to Max's blog. Now. (Litigation & Trial)
How's your social media campaign going? Jordan Rushie offers some perspective. (Philly Law Blog)