Judicial Notice of President Donald J. Trump’s Tweets on Topics Litigated in Court: 3 Areas

by on November 12, 2017 2:33 pm
The 3 areas — as reported earlier this year in articles in The Washington Post — are: Sanctuary Cities [Sanctuary cities ruling: When a judge quotes Sean Spicer, it’s not a good sign for the White House (Apr. 26, 2017)] Travel Ban [Travel ban ruling: In court as on Twitter, Trump confronts evidence gap (Feb. 10, 2017)] &  Transgender… Read more Judicial Notice of President Donald J. Trump’s Tweets on Topics Litigated in Court: 3 Areas

List Of Countries And Leaders POTUS 45 Has Insulted Since His Election

by on November 5, 2017 2:30 pm
Follow-up, of a sort, to this earlier post: WORLD NEWS  11/05/2017 05:00 am ET Here’s A List Of Countries And Leaders Trump Has Insulted Since His Election Has it only been one year? By Jesselyn Cook Please see here.

Practitioner-Oriented Post that Contains Some Nice Takeaway Points about Using Varied Sources of Data to Illuminate Valuable Correlations

by on November 2, 2017 1:01 pm
Please see here for: POWERED BY LAW.COM Looking Beyond Numbers: Finding Meaningful Relationships Between Data Sources Recognizing some of the correlations that your data might hold can lead to further meaningful discoveries. By Eric Mosca, InOutsource | November 02, 2017 Some of the nice takeaway points are paraphrased — and emphasized — next:  …[I]dentifying meaningful correlations can spur new… Read more Practitioner-Oriented Post that Contains Some Nice Takeaway Points about Using Varied Sources of Data to Illuminate Valuable Correlations