Fodden gets it exactly right: the modus operandi of Spindle Law and its parts is legally knowledgeable swarm intelligence.
So, folks, get to it and contribute! I would love to have a discussion with you.
Should I say provocative and outrageous things just to arouse your ire and get you to pass on your insights?No, I won't do that -- wittingly. There are enough real outrages in litigation to last several lifetimes of talk. For example, I think repressed and recovered memory is pure hokum that has contributed to many miscarriages of civil and criminal justice. Do you agree? Challenge me by making a comment or two in Spindle Law or by citing cases or literature that shows or suggests otherwise. (If you do that, I won't even argue with you -- at least not in a contentious or aggressive way. I promise! We will instead have -- or, better yet, start -- a discussion with bunches of interesting & engaged people.)