Jane’s Law Blog

January 21, 2014 § 2 Comments

The observant among you will note that, a couple of weeks ago, I added a link over there on the right to a new blog, Jane’s Law Blog.

Jane Tucker of Jackson has undertaken this new blog to give us an in-depth look at cases before the COA and MSSC. She not only deals with opinions rendered, but gives a heads-up about issues percolating their way through the courts, oral arguments, and orders of the court.

Nowhere else that I know is such helpful background info available. Just this past weekend, for example, I learned from Jane that there is a circuit court appeal pending in which the MSSC is being called upon to determine the rules for authentication of Facebook posts, an issue about which there has been widespread uncertainty. I also learned, to my chagrin and sorrow, about the proposed suspension of a fellow chancellor.

I recommend that you add this blog to your regular reading. You will find material here that you won’t find anywhere else, and it could be of significant benefit to you in your practice.

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