Monday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I'm a federal judge. Do I really need to adjudicate a copyright infringement case about a cartoon character who sings a song called, "What What (In the Butt)”? This is what it has come to for me? Really??
Answer: Yes, really, your Honor. (Entertainment Law Matters, Did South Park Episode Infringe “What What (In the Butt)”?)
2) Question: Our national water polo team is trying to get ready for our match in the Asian Games. Why do I have 50 voicemails from the Information Ministry of our country?
Answer: Perhaps your government objects to the white crescent moon from your country's flag jutting up from the groin area of your bathing suits? (AP, Singapore Government: Polo Team's Trunks "Inappropriate")
3) Question: I'd like the lawyers in my firm to submit their timesheets on a more timely basis. I'm thinking about hitting the send button on an angry email that threatens to put all offenders names in a hat, randomly pick out a name and publicly fire one unlucky person on the spot. Should I go for it?
Answer: Don't do it! (Above the Law, Akin Gump Partner Pens Email Fantasy About Firing Delinquent Time Keepers)
Posted by Bruce Carton on November 29, 2010 at 03:30 PM | Permalink
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