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post #41 of 55
Law is as filled with specialization as medicine. Whatever talents Bromwich has--other than complaining--he doesn't know antitrust law. Apple shouldn't have to pay his huge, per-hour fees, getting nothing in return, and also pay someone who actually knows the field.

Bromwich ought to be tossed out and a new and less prejudiced trial judge attached to this case pronto.
post #42 of 55
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What work? he's accomplished diddly.

Did you not read the article?
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post #43 of 55
This is the time board members like Al Gore need to earn their fee and and advise Apple who needs to be replaced in government to avoid such idiocy in the future. Time to start backing candidates and judges who are worth their salt. If Apple intends to retain those billions, some must be applied to achieve the right political results.

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post #44 of 55

"Bromwich also profiled public blowback which came in the form of profane emails..."

 

Hey Bromwich, go puck yourself you overpriced incompetent hack!

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Lawyers will make USA mediocre. 

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Lawyers will make USA mediocre. 

Lawyers don't make the laws. They bend and test them to their client's advantage.

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Lawyers don't make the laws. They bend and test them to their client's advantage.

Well a lot of members of Congress are lawyers and so is the Pres.
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Well a lot of members of Congress are lawyers and so is the Pres.

They used to be lawyers.

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They used to be lawyers.

So they have to turn in their law licenses when they're in Congress?  I'm pretty sure it's still totally legitimate to say they are lawyers.  They might be non-practicing, but that doesn't make them "used to be" lawyers. I know I've heard politicians who are also MDs still being called doctors while they were in office.  

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So they have to turn in their law licenses when they're in Congress?  I'm pretty sure it's still totally legitimate to say they are lawyers.  They might be non-practicing, but that doesn't make them "used to be" lawyers. I know I've heard politicians who are also MDs still being called doctors while they were in office.  

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Well a lot of members of Congress are lawyers and so is the Pres.

They used to be lawyers.

Once a lawyer, always a lawyer. You cannot but think and act like one. No such thing as a reformed lawyer.
post #52 of 55
Ugh. AI.
post #53 of 55
(Ugh. Again)

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post #54 of 55

So... why is it not possible for the U.S. citizenry to get a court-appointed monitor to watch for us, and report and sanction as necessary, the actions of the NSA with regard to surreptitious theft of personal communications without cause and due process?  "What's good for the goose is good for the gander."  George (Orwell) must be smiling from the grave right now.  Oh, wait; I forgot that use of public radio frequencies depersonalizes the legal status of the information and it is changed automatically into intelligence, which is freely available to all governmental agencies so long as their initials are NSA, FBI or CIA.

post #55 of 55
it took him this long to write a 11 page brief...what a crybaby
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