Skadden Arps Doesn't Observe "Take Your Dog To Work Day"

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11 Responses

  1. Ken says:

    Skadden would let you take your dog to work if they could figure out how to bill your dog out at $750 per hour.

    Not sure how that works in the analogy.

  2. Patrick says:

    It fits, only Skadden hasn't figured out how to fit a dog into its billing software.

    Rolling Stone, which would be the small sized firm working on contingent fees, billed millions per hour with the McChrystal story this week, on a story that at first glance looks like a dog.

  3. David says:

    I could see myself dying of a heart attack at the age of fifty

    Certainly you'd be crying a lot by 49.

  4. Patrick says:

    Don't talk about the secret postal system, please.

  5. Mark Bennett says:

    When I saw the title of this post in my RSS reader, I read "observe" as "deserve," which made perfect sense to me.

    Mark Bennett
    Managing Poop Scooper
    Bennett, Bennett, Indy & Lucy, L.L.P.

  6. David says:

    This dude sounds like a most unpleasant person.

    Were he not afraid of them, he probably would've acquired a most unpleasant dog.

  7. Patrick says:

    The dog three or four comments above it is even more unpleasant.

  8. David says:

    I love you, too.

  9. Patrick says:

    I've always loved you David, but are you one of the people to whom Weigel was responding in the comment I referred to above? None of them had your flair. So, in essence, I don't know what the hell you're talking about.

    Back on topic, want a puppy? She sort of forced me to take her in today. I really can't have another dog, but if I could, I'd keep this angel. I'll be happy to email a photo to you. I'll be busy Friday (anniversary), but if you're interested I'll drive up wither her on Saturday to allow the Davids to meet her.

    I can't let this dog go to a kill shelter.

  10. David says:

    Ah. I went up *this* windmill, not that one, and found myself the hero.

    We're already all dogged up, but your noble rescue of the solicitous pup earns you divine brownie points. A multiplier if you can find, or become, its long-term home.

    You old softie.

  11. Patrick says:

    We had four on saturday. Now we're becoming the Daisy Hill Puppy Farm.