My mom and I have the strangest conversations.
The most interesting part of this class is seeing which awful ’90s era Powerpoint animation the prof will use next.
Hey lawbloggers! I have a favour to ask! I remember seeing a video or blog recently (read the last 6 months) that discussed a new book about increased protection for public domain works.
Basically, it advocated that companies should face fines or sanctions if they take public domain works, slap a copyright notice on them and claim ownership forcing people (and often teachers) to pay for every copy when they could legally make their own copies from a single purchased copy.
Sounds awesome, right? The problem is, I don’t remember the title or author of the book, and I can’t find the article/video that discussed it.
Heard of it? PLEASE LET ME KNOW! I NEED TO FIND THIS BOOK!
How I feel about the word “reasonable” after my first semester.
Mustapha v. Culligan of Canada Ltd
YOU CAN’T SUE SOMEONE FOR MURDER
A STATE/DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE CAN PROSECUTE SOMEONE FOR MURDER
I THINK YOU’RE LOOKING FOR WRONGFUL DEATH HERE
Law School: Teaching People to Overanalyze Everything to Death since 1675
This isn’t based on a specific case so much as a trend that seems to keep popping up.
Law student’s “illusion” of choice