The Washington Times summarizes five top copyright cases which were decided in 2009:
Archive for December, 2009
Tags: 2009, cases, copyright, Infringement, Washington Times
This site may ruin you forever. Don’t say I didn’t warn you–the bell cannot be unrung.
Tags: Hellholes, John Edwards, Judicial, tort reform
Like many political issues, tort reform rhetoric is part fact and part fiction. One group advocating reform has published a list of “Judicial Hellholes” which purportedly favor Plaintiffs:
Interesting read no matter where you stand on the issue. Remember–we never would have had John Edwards to kick around had he been a defense lawyer.
I recently was blessed by a bottle (or two) of 2007 Rombauer Zinfandel. Heaven on Earth, and it won’t break the bank!
I truly believe this wine is my reward from the Virgin Mary for enduring Catholic elementary and high schools. It was worth it.
Post a false statement on a website; end up litigating in England. The New York Times published this rather frightening article about defamation laws across the pond:
No more wise cracks about the purple Teletubby, I guess.