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I had a link to the youtube video of the Fenway Pizza Throwing Fiasco. Unfortunately, MLB doesn't think that this was fair use, and it has been removed. Honestly, the best part is the announcers' commentary about it. Here is the video, until someone cries about it: Part...

I don't know what "Clever WOT" means, but I've never asked. Nevertheless, this guy is a law student somewhere who nails copyright issues a lot better than most IP professors. This is probably one of his better discussions. With that, I'll provide you with a reaction I sent out...

The Washington Post reports that EU officials are working on pushing new regulations to combat hate crimes and racism. A laudable goal. A bad way to get there. The documents urge E.U. nations to impose prison sentences of up to three years for individuals convicted of denying...

As a follow up to my posting on "Prinz" von Anhalt. I was forwarded this email from a source that will remain confidential. From: EMAIL ADDRESS REDACTED Sent: Monday, July 24, 2006 6:06 PM Subject: Re: question from journalist Dear Sir, In our homepage www.anhalt-askanien.de you can find all the details about the...

I will not comment upon this litigation, as it is ongoing and I am one of the attorneys handling the case. Nevertheless, for your education and edification, I will provide the documents pertinent to the Veranda Partners v. Giles case that are already matters of public record. News...

Jonathan Katz wrote a great article about the profession and focusing on money vs. the pursuit of justice: My view remains, though, that the law practice is not the place to pursue money interests at the expense of protecting social justice. Lawyers are artificially protected from competition by laws prohibiting the...

An Indiana juvenile court judge held that a juvenile who posted expletives about her high school principal on someone else's myspace page had not only violated the State anti-harassment statute, but that her comments were legally obscene. Check out this little gem from the lower court. The [juvenile court] finds...

This is interesting from an internet jurisdiction perspective - but also as another reminder that there is no better way to make sure that lies about you are repeated, ad nauseum, than by filing a lawsuit over them. Nevertheless, this stuff is probably defamatory and the defamed individual certainly...