Here’s more in the continuing “Year in Review” series, catching up on more of my backlog of twitter posts of case developments in the past 12 months.

Each post in this Year in Review series features a different federal courthouse in each state of the Union. The inset photo is of the US Courthouse for the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of California in Fresno, California, where 28 dairies have filed chapter 11 in 2012, and which is home to Bankruptcy Judges Clement, Ford, Lee, and Rimel.

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Here’s more in the continuing “Year in Review” series, catching up on more of my backlog of twitter posts of case developments in the past 12 months.

Each post in this Year in Review series will feature a different federal courthouse in each state of the Union. The inset photo is of the US Courthouse for the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas in Little Rock, home to Bankruptcy Judges Evans, Mixon and Taylor.

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Here’s more in the continuing "Year in Review" series, delivering more of my backlog of twitter posts of case developments in the past 12 months.  RSS Feeds are also available of my Twitter post, which later are collected here.  My 1,500 previous twitter posts of case developments are here.

The inset photo is of the Federal Courthouse for the Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Alabama, Eastern Division, in Anniston, Alabama, where Judge James E. Robinson presides.

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My firm has significantly supported me this past summer in getting my backlog of 2,000 or so twitter-ready posts of case developments in the past 12 months uploaded to the Lexblog server so that each Twitter post has a user-friendly case link associated with it.  I plan to post these case development summaries in the coming weeks and then reprint them here so they’re all collected in one handy place.  RSS Feeds are also available. My 1,500 previous twitter posts of case developments are here.

The chart is taken from an 8/24/12 post entitledThe Older You Are, The More Important You Consider The iPad To Be from the Business Insider’s "Chart of the Day" series.


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