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CivPro Assignment for Wednesday, June 7, 2006

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Favorite Ragazzoism of tonight’s class – “As a judge I once clerked for once said – nothing so focuses the mind as having to make it up.”

Assignments for tomorrow (hmmmm…. I guess it’s already tomorrow, sigh) for tonight are:

  • Read p. 165-205 in Field’s text
  • Brief: Handel v. New York Rapid Transit Corp.
  • Brief: Ritter v. Ritter
  • Brief: American Machine Co. v. De Bothezat
  • Brief: International Longshoreman’s Local 37 v. Boyd
  • Brief: Gabovich v. Lundy
  • Brief: Dilly v. S.S. Kresge
  • Brief: Long v. Robinson
  • Brief: Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co. v. Mottley
  • Review Rules: 49, 51. 52, 50, 59, 58, 54, 57, 69, 62

Interesting, at least to me, legal fact of the day – S.S. Kresge came up for the second time in two weeks. While this is a dubious honor for a company, it made me curious enough about this oddly-named outfit (with the unfortunate habit of dropping light fixtures on people’s heads and employing psycho-chocoholics) to do a little research.

S.S. Kresge = K-Mart

It’s starting to make a lot more sense.

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