- Friend, avid listener, and token representative law student Scott Kuhagen joins the ‘cast this episode.
- Laura passed the bar. Whew.
- Josh has a special oral argument before an appellate court at his alma mater. Aww.
In the News
- Revisiting a topic we discussed last time: Eric Schmidt claims Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility isn’t about the patents…
- More about our trolling pals at Righthaven: are they on the ropes?
- Does it violate federal anti-wiretap laws to remotely take control over your stolen computer? A federal court thinks it can be.
- Yay for cash-strapped state government: Amazon has agreed to collect sales taxes in California
You’re Doing It Wrong
- The Ninth Circuit refuses to publish an opinion so it doesn’t reflect poorly on the parties, and draws more attention to that opinion, which will still show up in legal databases, than if it’d just quietly left the opinion unpublished.
- Josh raises an ethical question about hourly billing and efficiency.
Love for Our Geeks
- @ouij brought this proposed change to the iTunes Licensing Agreement to our attention — but Josh forgot to talk about it.
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