Lawyers Spot Justin Bieber on Flight, But Didn’t Recognize Justice Stevens
Sadly, that probably would have been me.
Doubt Is Cast on Many Reports of Food Allergies
I know this is not technically family-law-specific, but I know that cases where the parents feel differently about the severity/existence of a child’s medical condition can come up. Maybe people are going overboard on thinking their kids are allergic to everything. It turns out that people who test positive on the skin-prick test have less than a 50 percent chance of actually having a food allergy.
The Science of a Happy Marriage
Science tries to measure what affects commitment.
Another lawyer and I got into an interesting discussion about intentional underemployment. There were two appellate cases that came out in 2009 on voluntary underemployment. A Dallas court said you have to prove it’s for the purpose of avoiding child support, an Austin court said you don’t. It looks like there’s now a circuit split.
Austin – Iliff v. Iliff, 2009 WL 2195559 (Tex. App. – Austin 2009) (mem. op.).
Dallas – In re J.G.L., ___ S.W.3d ___, 2009 WL 2648401 (Tex. App. – Dallas 2009).