Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Holiday Blogging

Sorry I haven't been blogging much this week -- I've actually been swamped... Soooo, we're gonna close down the blog until the new year unless something big comes up (For example, if I win the blog fantasy football championship this weekend against RichRodisCuban, I will post about it!). Other than that, though, I need a little break. Have a great holiday season. Happy New Year and see you in 2010.

9 comments:

South Florida Lawyers said...

Happy New Year and good luck with fantasy -- there's always next season!

Rumpole said...

Yeah, I'm swamped too. Even out of the office - new business is flooding in. Imagine that. Anyway, don't cheap out- continue blogging through the end of the year. If you treat your readers badly, they will go to that new federal blog.

HR

Rumpole said...

YA MON_ you been busy mon.

Anonymous said...

Well, something big did come up between Christmas and New Year's Eve so you might want to get back to your blog. A motion was filed in the Birkenfeld case (UBS) and Attorney General Holder now has quite a letter buring a hole in his desk. http://www.whistleblowers.org/

Anonymous said...

If you think holder is worried about Birkenfield's motion you've been smoking some of that stuff.

Chuck Ross said...

Happy New Year David. It was great to meet you in November. I'm deep in the heart of studying for the Florida Bar, a challenging experience after all these years.

I look forward to getting to know you in the New Year!

All the best,

Chuck Ross

Anonymous said...

David, I think Chuck wants a job. Hire him immediately.

Chuck Ross said...

@Anonymous -

Ha, I wish. I'm too long in the tooth to work for anyone else. Maybe if I manage to cram enough law into my brain to pass the Florida bar I'll look to be a tenant for my Miami office.

Thanks for the plug though...

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