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Appellate Decisions Blog:
For a daily review of interesting federal court of appeals cases, check out the 5-week old blog Decision of the Day, by the pseudonymous "Robert Loblaw." Thanks to Michael Cernovich for the recommendation.
Joshua:
Good to know that Bob Loblaw is staying active despite the imminent cancellation of "Arrested Development."
12.3.2005 12:52pm
Chico's Bail Bonds (mail):
Fox will soon be saying, "I've made a huge mistake."
12.3.2005 2:58pm
Wintermute (www):
I left a comment asking him to turn on an Atom feed for the site.
12.3.2005 3:43pm
MikeC&F (mail):
Bloglines picks up the feed just fine.
12.3.2005 4:17pm
NYU Jew (mail):
If Arrested Development does go off the air, hopefully it will return a la The Family Guy.
12.3.2005 7:26pm
DelVerSiSogna (mail):
It's about time someone started doing what Howard Bashman used to do, before he turned his site into a list of every law-related headline on the Internet.
12.3.2005 7:27pm
Anderson (mail) (www):
True, "How Appealing" has become increasingly difficult to read, valuable tho it is. Possibly it's trying to be two different blogs at once: a "judicial news" roundup and an appellate-decision roundup. Splitting the functions into different columns on the same page, or different blogs even, might not be a bad idea.
12.3.2005 11:27pm
tdsj:
do you think Howard still does his own blogging, or is there some sort of intern? As it has moved from an appellate law roundup to a judicial news roundup, I've always wondered whether someone else had taken over the day-to-day work.

If so, I can hardly blame him. Blogging like that is a ridiculous time commitment.

In any event, I'm glad someone has decided to start doing what Howard used to do -- seek out noteworthy appellate opinions around the country. Even better that it's Bob Loblaw doing the job. Maybe Barry Zuckerkorn can guest blog.
12.4.2005 8:52pm
Robert Loblaw (mail) (www):
Thanks for the plug. Quite an honor for a fledgling blogger like me.
12.9.2005 9:09pm