Thingish Things

The Kennedy Shakedown

There are two sides to every story.  But when trial lawyers get involved, a third instantly emerges — and usually predominates. Such is the case in a matter going to court in Westchester County later this month. Douglas Kennedy, a father of five and the son of the late U.S. Senator and Attorney General Robert […]

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The Death of Accidents

I have a general rule of thumb when climbing onto airplanes.  If the pilot appears sober; if he is not chanting in Arabic, and if he is willing to go up in the air, I’m willing to hitch a ride with him.  Doesn’t matter if it is raining, snowing, windy, or hailing.  He knows more […]

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