My RSS feed has almost 7,000 posts sitting in it. That’s what happens when you try to follow a lot of blogs and you also have work to do for actual clients.
But if I had more time, these are some of the things I would like to write about:
“Tort Reform” Exposed for What It Is – Immunity (The Pop Tort)
…Take what’s happening in North Carolina, which is now considering atrocious legislation that would provide immunity not only to negligent emergency room personnel, but to the entire pharmaceutical industry. Forget that more preventable errors occur in an ER than in any other place in a hospital, or that in states like Texas where a similar immunity law was passed, ER’s have now become even more dangerous. Meanwhile, no patient has any recourse if they or their child is permanently disabled, disfigured, brain-damaged or killed. This bill would essentially make “negligence in the ER legal” in North Carolina, too…
Bill Precluding Punitives for Undocumented Immigrants (TortsProf): That’s right, in AZ there seems to be no difference between acting negligently and deliberately hurting someone, so long as the person you pick on doesn’t have the right papers. Hey, why not just put “kick me” on their shirts?
The HuffingtonPost Bloggers Class Action Lawsuit Won’t Go Anywhere (Litigation and Trial):
…But nobody hated the Huffington Post as much as its own bloggers, the folks who generated a ton of its content without compensation in a spirit of, I suppose, political activism, just to watch it be sold off to AOL for $315 million….
…I wear what I wear because I do not want what I wear to get in the way of what I am saying…
Veteran NYPIRG lobbyist Blair Horner, one of New York’s most well-known good government advocates, has taken a position with the American Cancer Society of NY & NJ as vice president for advocacy
And I barely made a dent in my RSS feed….I need more hours in the day….