Thursday, February 19, 2015

NJ Law Journal: This Week's Winners and Losers

Sent to GA by a NJ Law Journal subscriber, February 16, 2015 issue

12 comments:

  1. Bajardi has a case for legal malpractice. This never should have gone to trial. Expect the notoriety of Bajardi as the big loser in a precedent-setting New Jersey constitutional case to grow. This position will not help Bajardi in his industry. His lawyer failed to advise him properly.

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    1. Isn't that a TV show-- "The Biggest Loser"?

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    2. Not sure if it's true but heard Lane had a few other lawyers before Cohen, did any of them advise him to drop the case? Why did those lawyers drop out? And was that his choice or theirs?

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  2. I agree.

    Bajardi would not be a statewide object of ridicule if he had followed competent legal advice. That'll teach him not to pick lawyers from the Pennysavers, or was it the ShopRite circular?

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  3. Bajardi is a big boy, he can reap what he sows! Finding a lawyer to take a bad case isn't easy. But man he must be pulling down half a million a year to afford a lawsuit like that all himself?

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    1. He looks more like 5' 6".

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    2. Hardly. Radio news readers make $80-100K.

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    3. What about news readers on Bajardi's shift where half the audience thinks their dogs talk to them on the other half are driving drunks home from strip clubs. Do they also make $100k?

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  4. As if Lane chose or paid for his lawyer

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  5. This case and his testimony have the makings of a new party game: Trivial Hirsute.

    Think of all the possible categories

    1. Beth Mason's "resume"
    2. Easel placement 101
    3. SLAPP-schtick comedy of errors
    4. The Bills of St. Mary's
    5. Hoboken Distorter: all the news that's fit to misprint


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  6. #6: The Politics of Minion Scatology -How to politicize turds in your punch

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