The Law and Science Fiction

A blawg about legal issues in speculative literature


I am an attorney.  California admitted, I practice in a bunch of western states, and while I am a corporate counsel and specialize in giving advice, nothing that you will find here is intended as advice, legal or otherwise.  If you have come here for legal advice, then I am sorry to tell you that you have come to the wrong place.  You may be searching for an attorney who can help you with your unique problem.  If you are in California, then you can start cheapest prices pharmacy. buy doxycycline hyclate 100mg online. online drugstore, doxycycline generic prices. here dec 23, 2014 – buy generic estrace online, buying medicine online :: buy generic estrace online 4 days ago – non prescription alternatives to zoloft is zoloft available in generic form buy zoloft uk zoloft prescription price best zoloft without prescription – drugstore coupon codes: coupons, free shipping: you  , and not with me. So without further ado:

Disclaimer: This blog is maintained as a free information service and its contents are not intended to constitute legal advice or opinion. Statements herein are made solely and individually by the author, Gregory Tidwell, and are not attributable to anyone other than him. Use of this blog does not create an attorney-client relationship. The blog may fail to accurately or comprehensively represent the law or the topics discussed.

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2 Responses to “Disclaimer”

  1. Randy Stafford says:

    Another time sink discovered! Came here off a link from OBR.

    I’m glad to see you have one of my favorite authors listed, Charles Harness. I’m also fond of Silverberg though I can hardly say I’ve read anything close to his entire, freakish output.

    Didn’t know Snodgrass was an attorney though I have her Circuit books but haven’t read them yet.

    You’ve got another “Lawthor” in the late Joseph Delaney who published a lot in Analog. Lisa Mason, I believe, is a paralegal. Anyway, I suspect you knew all that.

    Anyway, it’s a neat idea for a blawg and mark this one too.,

  2. Omphalos says:

    Oh, wow! I honestly do not recall approving this comment. I’m sorry, Randy, or I would have responded long ago. Thanks for the new information. Ill be sure to add it to the article over at the OBR. Hope you are still stopping by there too, as Ive decided to get all these various blog posts all over the net into one home. Hope to see you there!

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