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November 14, 2006

Defendants Mounting A What?

WAC? is defense-oriented and written by leading heterosexuals so this interested us. "Why Do Defendants Always Mount a 'Vigorous' Defense?" Peter Lattman at WSJ Law Blog wants to know and suggests we all get a new and better word than "vigorous" for our SEC reports, ABA Accounting Standards No. 5 letters, GCs, the press, wives and girlfriends, and others who require ostensible accuracy combined with a show of strength. People are voting over there for a better word. Law Blog likes "robust". But we like "soulful", "lusty" and "prohibitively expensive". These are descriptive, trial-lawyerly and way manly.

Posted by JD Hull at November 14, 2006 04:55 PM


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