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Geoffrey J Miller
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Attorney, Writer, and OCR Athlete
Attorney, Writer, and OCR Athlete

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Macros Inc.
When it comes to diet, there are a lot of charlatans out there. Very few people will tell you that controlling how much you eat is how weight loss works. Instead, they sell shakes, powders, magic plastic wrap, and vials of unicorn tears. The people at Macro...

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Obstacle Course Race Company Needed an Insurance Lawyer
This case is a cautionary tale about what happens when a race director doesn't have an insurance and contract lawyer look over their documents. Since this is a case about Obstacle Course Racing and Insurance law, it pretty much has my name written all over ...

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Understanding the Differences in Word Usage and Pronunciation Across the United States
It is no secret that there are dialectic differences across the United States, but this is often forgotten during the normal course of business.  It is important to remember when dealing with lawyers, clients and judges from different backgrounds that words...

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Help! I Have My First Case and I Don't Know What to Do!
It can be a bit jarring when a legal intern or new lawyer gets his or her first assignment.  You have a lot of law in your head, but what do you do with it?  You could be first in your class, but you won't have a clue where to file a motion.  If you've stud...

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If you have a property damage claim in #texas, you need to tile today before the law changes and makes it harder to collect on property insurance! #harvey #harvey2017 #harveyrelief

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Judge Henry Cohn cites UConn Law Prof Sachin Pandya (my old Torts and PRoducts Liability Prof.), reviewing The Myth of the Litigious Society - check it out!

http://www.fedbar.org/Publications/The-Federal-Lawyer/Departments/Book-Reviews.aspx

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New York Court of Appeals Finds a Proximate Cause Standard in Additional Insured Endorsements
Originally published on sdvlaw.com In The Burlington Insurance Company v. NYC Transit Authority, et al., No. 2016-00096, the New
York Court of Appeals issued a landmark decision with regard to the meaning of “caused, in whole or in
part, by” in the addition...

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I had a great time doing three laps at #runthegauntlet today! It was a great race, right in my back yard, and I think that the weather made it more fun.

Also the tech shirt is awesome!
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Insurance Litigation Smackdown!
Before ordering Interstate Fire & Casualty Co. and Fireman’s Fund Insurance Co. to pay a $25.5 million punitive damages judgement that technically was not covered by the policy, U.S. District Judge Alan B. Johnson had some choice words for the insurers. He ...
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