Previously, I have devoted a column or two to the startling realization that everyone and his mother-in-law's camel is contemplating, has filed or would love to file, a civil action against someone else. I have been waylaid in the grocery store, in line at the funeral home, and in the barn aisle, forced by politeness to endure the story of the wronged individual, his umbrage and his desire to (a) get even, or (b) receive a lavish monetary award conferred by a jury of his peers.
For Lawyers, Writing Book Is No Novel Idea
The Connecticut Law Tribune
April 19, 2010
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