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GROKSTER, TWO-TIME LOSERS AND THE VOYEURISM ACT

Grokking copyright infringement

With the news that the Supreme Court grants certiorari in the Grokster case, VC blogfather Eugene Volokh points us to his former writing on the subject.

Two-time losers

[That's] Probably what two Oregon Agriculture Department officials are feeling like as the 2nd discrimination suit in which they were the key actors went against the state, this time a loss of $425,000...

as Mike Fox tells it, on Jottings by an Employer's Lawyer.

A moment of peace in the wine wars

The Volokh Conspiracy's Todd Zywicki writes that he is "surprised (and delighted) to see that the Washington Times today heavily discusses Wine Wars in a house editorial on the wine cases."

At the watercoolor

File this under "It's a felony as soon as it happens to me, pal": The Video Voyeurism Prevention Act. Via The Volokh Conspiracy.

How to Sleep the Day Away and Earn Your MBA at the Same Time. On May It Please The Court.

Lessons On Dealing With Jerkiness. From Jottings by an Employer's Lawyer.

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