Dec 5, 8:15 PM PST
The vote was 325 to 91, with Reps. John Conyers (D-Mich.) and Mel Watt (D-N.C.) leading the opposition. Timothy Lee discusses in the Washington Post . While I haven’t tried to get into the details, the general drift looks quite good to me. One major provision requires those filing suits to plead...
Dec 5, 8:11 PM PST
My paper with Gerard Magliocca made the New York Times in a piece called “Beyond 3-D Printers’ Magic, Possible Legal Wrangling,” and the fun continues. With patent reform on the table (pdf to the bill), the New America Foundation is holding a conference called Just How...
Dec 5, 7:34 PM PST
The Public Information Office of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued this news release today.
WSJ Law Blog
Dec 5, 3:44 PM PST
A new report on judicial financial disclosure gives high marks to California but says most other states are falling short on transparency.
Dec 5, 6:08 PM PST
Robert Paul Wolff, as I had hoped, provides some useful commentary. Let us not forget that, during his long career, Mandela was an advocate of what would now be called "terrorism" against the South African state, and correctly so. He...