I've noticed a small generational gap in how emails are treated - some treat emails more like text messages, while others treat emails almost like letters.  Either way, it is important to remember that emails do not disappear after you hit "send"

http://abovethelaw.com/2017/01/email-etiquette-for-lawyers-beware-of-the-send-button/
 
 
A recent opinion demonstrates that, in Ohio, social guests continued to be classified as invitees.  A host owes an invitee the duty of ordinary care - that is to not cause injury and to warn the guest or invitee of any condition that the host knows, or should know of through ordinary prudence, is reasonably considered dangerous.    


https://www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/rod/docs/pdf/5/2017/2017-Ohio-113.pdf
 
 
It appears that Donald Trump has had some ideas of possible SCOTUS nominees for quite some time - dropping some names as far back as Justice Scalia's death.  The potential nominees are respected jurists.  

In short, at least a few are predicting Judge Diane Sykes to be Trump's first SCOTUS nominee...

http://abovethelaw.com/2017/01/handicapping-donald-trumps-supreme-court-shortlist/

 

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