Our favorite legal story of late: A woman called the police after a man continued to whistle Semisonic’s “Closing Time” after her requests that he refrain from doing so. You remember that song, right? It was inescapable on the radio back in the late 1990’s. But we fail to see how it requires the intervention of law enforcement. More on that here.
Don’t forget that new amendments to the federal rules of civil and appellate procedure took effect yesterday, December 1, 2016. Revisions were also made to the bankruptcy rules and the federal criminal rules, as well. You’d best investigate!
Our favorite legal tweet of the week applies to law as well as general business. Of course, it’s about email etiquette. Enjoy.
No good has ever come from an email whose text reads simply “Please see attached correspondence.” #nastygrams
— Rachel Gurvich (@RachelGurvich) November 28, 2016