Over the years I have often referred to my work in the law mines. Yesterday I argued a case before the Third District Appellate Court in Illinois, Coal City Redi-Mix, et al, v. Pontiac Exchange. The dispute was over which of these entities has the right to a motorcycle. The case has a bit of significance under Illinois law since it will set a precedent as to the impact of citation to discover assets, a legal mechanism by which a creditor can find assets of a judgment debtor, liens on third parties, if the third party is a lender or a bona fide purchaser. The case is somewhat technical in nature, but the oral argument was fun, and I thought some of my regular readers might find it enjoyable. Go here and click on the audio link to Coal City Redi Mix v. Pontiac Exchange if you wish to listen to the oral argument. If you do, I am sure you will come away thinking, “Don makes a living doing this type of thing?”.