Non-Sequiturs: 05.24.10

* Wait, fat people are a protected class in Michigan? I am so going to move to Michigan, where nothing bad can ever legally happen to me again. [WSJ Law Blog]

* A provocative new article about judicial review, written by Professor Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz and published in the latest issue of the Stanford Law Review, is getting lots of love from the legal blogosphere. [Legal Theory Blog and Volokh Conspiracy; article at SSRN]

* Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the fairest public servant of them all? [Main Justice]

* Is there any way to make CLE something that isn’t totally boring and useless? [TechnoLawyer]

* This article made me think: if there was a “female Viagra” pill that increased a woman’s sexual desire, arousal, and satisfaction, and you slipped such a pill into a woman’s drink, and then you had mind-blowing awesome sex with her … would that be consensual awesome sex, or date rape? I mean, it’s clearly battery at the very least, right? [True/Slant]

* Here’s an article on patent law that you don’t need a hard science degree in order to read. [Genomics Law Report]

* Oh, it’s trademark week at Blawg Review. This year the INTA Annual Meeting is in Boston, a city whose depressing fog over an unimpressive skyline should be its trademarked image. [The Trademark Blog via Blawg Review]

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