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Legal Analysis v. Conclusion: A Dividing Line for the Deliberative-Process Privilege

The First Circuit joined the Second and D.C. Circuits in ruling that the deliberative-process privilege protects legal counsel’s conclusions and opinions in situations where the governmental agency based a particular decision on counsel’s opinion rather than her reasoning or analysis… 485 more words

Waiver

Bipolar and Loving It

In the dawning light a shadowy figure is unveiled. What was disturbing and driving madness into perception now revealed as inane though somehow also heroic. This is the reason for the darkness; to appreciate the plain and intuit beyond. 18 more words

Poetry

Opponents Of Standardized Test Say State Is Bullying School Districts

(CBS) –Mark your calendars. There is a new standardized test coming to Illinois schools on March 9, but some parents don’t want their kids to take it.  264 more words

News

Save the Independent Providers #savetheIPs

The state of Ohio has a plan in place to eliminate independent providers (IPs) under Medicaid and only allow agencies to bill for Medicaid services provided. 828 more words

Around Town

Notable Ruling on the Corporate Attorney–Client Privilege and Former Employees

An issue often discussed but infrequently addressed is whether the attorney–client privilege protects communications between corporate counsel, including in-house lawyers, and the company’s former employees.  One federal court—predicting Louisiana law—recently ruled that the privilege protects counsel–former-employees’ communications in certain circumstances.  541 more words

Attorney-Client Privilege

California Healthline: State 'A Few Weeks' From Waiver Draft

by David Gorn

The state is weeks away from finishing the first draft of a new 1115 federal Medicaid waiver, according to Jennifer Kent, director of the Department of Health Care Services. 148 more words

Seniors

PRO-SE DEFENDANTS AT TRIAL: Everything that Judges (and attorneys) Need to Know (15-03)

Pro Se Defendants: All judges eventually find themselves confronted with a defendant who requests or demands the right to represent himself/herself at trial.

This could occur for a number of reasons; perhaps defendant holds strong anti-government beliefs (i.e. 138 more words

Pro Se Defendants