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November 27, 2010

Above The Law Gets Serious.

A reason for lawyers over 25, and with passable mental health, to read a mega-popular law blog. Former Jones Day partner and current AON in-house litigation chief Mark Herrmann now writes a column for in-house counsel at Above The Law. We can't imagine a better holiday gift. Beats whoopee cushions, tantrums and cries for help. Is it time yet to ban anonymous and pseudo-anonymous commenters--and require real names and accountability from your many readers? Or still cool to weigh in as wusses and straight-up turds? Just asking. Well done, Lat and Mystal.

Posted by JD Hull at November 27, 2010 12:11 AM


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