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29 May 2015, 10:17 am by Guest Blogger
  You can reach him by e-mail at simon at [read post]
31 Aug 2022, 7:20 am by Daniel Shaviro
Seligman, the question that would interest me starting out is why on earth did he write that crazy American Economic Review piece / amicus brief in Eisner v. [read post]
18 Jul 2016, 8:30 am by Venkat Balasubramani
Perhaps what bothers me most is the court’s (and the FCC’s) denigration of people who choose to receive tweets via text. [read post]
14 Jun 2021, 10:31 am by Eric Goldman
Amicus brief from IP/Internet/Antitrust professors. * FTC opinions: majority by Commissioner Simons, concurrence by Commissioner Slaughter, dissent by Commissioner Phillips. [read post]
10 Dec 2010, 9:00 am by John N. Davis
Simon Chester, in his original post, gave us a link to the application: [read post]
1 Feb 2013, 7:35 am
Over on the 1709 Blog, Iona Harding tackles SAS v WPL and the continuing question of whether copyright can vest in a computer language, while Simon Fogarty guests some hot and revealing news concerning New Zealand's three sheep strikes and you're out file-sharing ruling. [read post]
19 Sep 2019, 5:49 am by Robert Brammer
Several of his rulings eventually reached the Supreme Court on appeal, such as the Pentagon Papers case, United States v. [read post]
21 Oct 2019, 1:34 am
  “If two people try to solve a crossword puzzle together, it may be easy to say who first uttered the correct answer to a clue, but more difficult to answer who contributed to it when the solution emerged from a prior discussion. [read post]
23 Aug 2006, 5:59 am
Simons, 206 F.3d 392, 403 (4th Cir. 2000), or fails even to carry the warrant during the search, see Mazuz v. [read post]
8 May 2007, 12:18 pm
  I suggested that one of the things I try to do with blogging -- and the group blogs to which I contribute, being "group blogs" consisting of people who often disagree, make this easier -- is to show my students that it remains possible, even in our red v. blue age, without retreating entirely to superficiality, to hash things out -- non-trivial things -- with people with whom one disagrees. [read post]