Errol Morris

  • Kim Koopersmith

    Akin Gump, Biglaw, Copyright, Crime, Intellectual Property, Music, Non-Sequiturs

    Non-Sequiturs: 10.15.12

    * A Chicago firm allegedly said “F**k you” (literally) to a disabled veteran, then suggested his wife should divorce him, called him a crummy soldier, and said he should have died. I can’t imagine this is going to end well. [Simple Justice]

    * How do criminal defense attorneys defend those people and sleep at night? [Katz Justice]

    * … Well, sometimes, those people just might be innocent. Errol Morris wrote a new book (affiliate link) on one such case. I interviewed the Oscar-winning filmmaker about it last month, and Morris just published another grim update. [New York Times]

    * Congratulations to Kim Koopersmith, who has been chosen to succeed Bruce McLean as the new leader (and first female chairperson) of Akin Gump. [Thomson Reuters]

    * In a further display of total isolation from reality, music publishers have now sued websites that post lyrics to popular songs. Because God forbid fans sing along to their favorite tunes. [IT-Lex]

    * By the way, did you know those folks who illegally share music also purchase significantly more music than everyone else? Like, with real money. Something to chew on for a minute or 15. [TorrentFreak]

    2 Comments / / Oct 15, 2012 at 5:50 PM
  • Errol Morris

    Books, Crime, Movies, Murder, Police

    An Interview With Oscar-Winner Errol Morris, Author of ‘A Wilderness of Error’

    Christopher Danzig talks with Oscar-winning filmmaker Errol Morris, who wrote a new book about the famous Jeffrey MacDonald murder case.

    4 Comments / / Sep 10, 2012 at 6:45 PM

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