Non-Sequiturs

Non-Sequiturs: 02.01.08

* Tax protesters, rejoice. Wesley Snipes acquitted of felony tax fraud (but convicted on misdemeanor charges). [taxgirl; TaxProf Blog]
* IP issues in the Super Bowl context. [Forbes]
* Poor marks for former Chief Judge William Zloch (S.D. Fla.) in Floridian judicial survey. [Daily Business Review]
* Speaking of south Florida judges, the Liberty City Seven gag order has been lifted — in part. David Markus et al. will continue to seek mandamus (our favorite writ — sure, habeas is “the Great Writ” and all, but mandamus is badass). [Southern District of Florida Blog]
* Supreme Court clerks do the darnedest things. Here’s a lovely one-minute movie by the fabulous Gretchen Craft Rubin, a former editor-in-chief of the Yale Law Journal and law clerk to Justice O’Connor, who’s now a writer working on her fourth book. [The Years Are Short / The Happiness Project]

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