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Copyright, Music

Law Librarians May Have Killed World’s Biggest Copyright Troll

A copyright troll may be singing a different tune after this week.

25 Comments / / Jul 30, 2015 at 12:42 PM
  • Admin, Anna Nicole Smith, Announcements, Boring Stuff

    Random Links to Recent Posts

    Technical difficulties persist. Yes, we have heard about Anna Nicole Smith, triumphant Supreme Court litigant, and her lawyer-cum-lover, Howard K. Stern. We will be chiming in on that shortly. In the meantime, here are links to recent posts that seem to have “disappeared”: — The Paris Hilton of the Federal Judiciary: Judge Alex Kozinski! — […]

    0 Comments / / Sep 27, 2006 at 2:25 PM
  • Clerkships

    A Correction: Judge Gregory Won’t Make You Read A Play

    No, it’s not Monday all over again. Yes, our website content is experiencing that “not so fresh” feeling right now. Our posts from the past two days appear to be AWOL. We are aware of the problem, and hopefully these posts should be reappearing sometime soon. They still exist, in the ether of the internet; […]

    0 Comments / / Sep 27, 2006 at 12:31 PM
  • Admin, Announcements

    Once More, With Feeling: The Survey

    We’re having a bit of a slow morning (as well as technical issues), for which we apologize. Please bear with us. Today we’re traveling — not just leaving our apartment, which is a form of travel, but actually visiting another city in another state. Crazy, we know. Unfortunately, our internet connection is experiencing “issues.”* So […]

    2 Comments / / Sep 27, 2006 at 10:11 AM
  • Law Professors, Law Schools, Lawyerly Lairs, Nauseating Things, Real Estate

    Lawyerly Lairs: Professor Smit’s Uptown Mansion

    Yesterday we put out a call for submissions for Lawyerly Lairs. We look forward to your responses. In the meantime, here’s some real estate porn that we were able to obtain on our own — since the property in question is for sale. The Schinasi Mansion is the only freestanding single-family mansion in Manhattan. It […]

    7 Comments / / Sep 26, 2006 at 12:49 PM