Supreme Cuisine………Holland Inn Cookbook a smorgasbord of good eats

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So there you have it above. Justice Randy J. Holland presenting his BFF Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with the inaugural copy of the Holland Inn cookbook last month. For those of you who don’t know– Supreme Cuisine……A Collection of Our Most Appealing Recipes— is the fundraiser cookbook that the Inn took on as its altruism venture for 2016.   Sold 500 books in 2 weeks (selling out) , raising approximately $10,000.00 in funds, a large portion of which will go to create a DE chapter of Kids Chance America, a charitable entity whose purpose is to raise funds to provide scholarship assistance to the children of workers killed on the job. The cookbook contains approximately 594 recipes from the Bench , Bar and Board, with approximately 90 amateur chefs participating.

A special few have a signed copy of the cookbook, as Justice Holland graciously autographed books at our December Holland Inn holiday event, this year hosted by Tybout, Redfearn & Pell. Of note, next year’s Holland Inn holiday party will be hosted by Judge Cooch at his residence, scheduled for December 6, 2017.

As for the cookbook, a re-print is in the works and additional copies of the book will be on sale at the Joint Inn of Court meeting in March. A Volume II is planned for 2018, to be titled Supreme Cuisine…..on Remand.

I just love this photo of Justice Ginsburg rocking those tights and pumps. She is….. indeed……Fashion’s Plaything.

Cassandra Roberts

CaseLaw Update Updated…….all the news that’s fit to print

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Per my promise of last week, here you have it, my friends.  The CaseLaw Updates of 2016 all hanging out in one place for your research pleasure.  Going forward, we will maintain a CaseLaw Update Archives for you to refer back to.

What we have here is as follows:

A January 2017 CaseLaw Update will be posted to roughly coincide with the DSBA Workers’ Comp Section Annual Breakfast Seminar scheduled for January 18, 2017 at the Chase Center at the Riverfront.    If you have not already registered for this event, please consider doing so.  That seminar always proves to be a worthy program with relevant topics.

Moving forward, the blog will be the sole means of distribution and access for any CaseLaw Updates.

And remember, The Detour & Frolic is your blog,  as well as mine.  I am always open to accepting cases for discussion, with or without your commentary.

Cassandra Roberts