Words Are Supposed to Mean Things: My latest print column in the Memphis Lawyer is out

You can read it starting at page 23 of this link.  By delving back into a topic that I first wrote about in an article for ABA/BNA that was itself a preview of a portion of a chapter of the book I was fortunate enough to co-author, the column is admittedly pretty self-referential.  (And thus this post about the column even more so.)  But, in my defense, it is all in service of publicly pointing out the relatively-humiliating point that no one seems to be listening to the solution we offered that we thought was a pretty good one.  Instead, it appears the solution to this issue that I’ve offered is so unpersuasive that courts would rather turn to ignoring the straightforward meaning of words.

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