Our Favorite Posts of 2012

Now is the time that we, as consumers of media, are inundated with year end best-of lists. So, just as we did last year and the year before that, we here at Abnormal Use have collected our favorite posts of this past year – our third full year of existence. If you’ve followed us from the very beginning, you know that we’ve posted at least every business day these past three calendar years. That’s a lot! Looking back over our posts this year, it was difficult to choose our favorites. But, dear readers, the ones we enjoyed the most are linked for you below, along with their author and publication date. Fill yourself with nostalgia, just as we have, and revisit these entries from 2012.

Dealing with the Anxiety of Pfizer’s Birth Control Pill Recall: A Flowchart (Steve Buckingham, February 6, 2012)

Ten Years Ago Today: Dedman Graduates From Baylor Law School (Jim Dedman, February 9, 2012)

Gas Can Litigation = Big Business for Plaintiffs Firms (Frances Zacher, February 13, 2012)

20th Anniversary: “My Cousin Vinny” (1992) (Various Bloggers, March 12, 2012)

Lessons Learned from Vincent L. Gambini (Rob Green, March 12, 2012)

Remedies for Unreasonably Defective Law Schools (Frances Zacher, March 28, 2012)

American Bar Association Denies Provisional Accreditation To Miskatonic University School of Law (Jim Dedman, April 1, 2012)

Deposing Siri (Jim Dedman, April 2, 2012)

Johnny Cash’s “Cocaine Blues” Leaves Much To Be Desired (Legally, Anyway) (Nick Farr, June 12, 2012)

The Flaming Rat Case: A Revisionist Analysis (Steve Buckingham, June 27, 2012)

Critical Thoughts on Depositions of Asbestos Plaintiffs (Jim Dedman, July 12, 2012)

CPSC aims to eradicate Buckyballs, outstretch its boundaries (Nick Farr, July 31, 2012)

UIM Coverage Issue Goes Viral; Great Misunderstandings Ensue (Nick Farr, August 15, 2012)

The Most Important Unwritten Rule: Depositions Should Start at 10:00 AM (Jim Dedman, September 26, 2012)

First World Problems: Litigating A Really Sweet Pool Table (Steve Buckingham, October 15, 2012)

First Hot Coffee, Now Hot Tequila? (Rob Green, November 26, 2012)

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