The Trial of the Century? Man Plans and God Laughs

The Trial of the Century? Man Plans and God Laughs

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The editors of The Common ReaderĀ asked me to review the posthumous publication of F. Lee Bailey's ...

You Can’t Make This Stuff Up

You Can’t Make This Stuff Up

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As I have stated before, the legal world offers up frequent new evidence in support of ...

More Thoughts on the Brave New World of X-Rated Trademarks

More Thoughts on the Brave New World of X-Rated Trademarks

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Yes, you are looking at the one-word trademark whose registration dispute eventually reached the United States ...

Literary Foreplay: How the Pros Get You in the Mood!

Literary Foreplay: How the Pros Get You in the Mood!

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While out in Phoenix last week I had the pleasure of spending a delightful afternoon with ...

Winnie-the-Pooh and Hemingway, too! Happy Public Domain Day

Winnie-the-Pooh and Hemingway, too! Happy Public Domain Day

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The past few New Year's Days, and every January 1st going forward, herald a special event ...

Trademarks, Pelotons, and Heart Attacks: The Sex in the City Trifecta

Trademarks, Pelotons, and Heart Attacks: The Sex in the City Trifecta

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During my years as an intellectual property lawyer, I have gathered a collection of NSFW cases ...

Why Is the Wisest Advice in the World so Hard to Follow?

Why Is the Wisest Advice in the World so Hard to Follow?

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Many years ago I came across some words of wisdom from Mark Twain that have both ...

Jay Gatsby and Notorious B.I.G.: A Match Made in Baseball Heaven

Jay Gatsby and Notorious B.I.G.: A Match Made in Baseball Heaven

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Ah, baseball season has arrived! And with it, the joy of the walk-up song. For the ...

Fathers and Sons and the Iliad: An Apology to Homer

Fathers and Sons and the Iliad: An Apology to Homer

I confess to a failure to appreciate certain works of literature that bask in universal acclaim. ...

Tonto, Aunt Jemima, and the Challenge of Oblivious Bias

Tonto, Aunt Jemima, and the Challenge of Oblivious Bias

Surrounded by dozens of hostile Indians on horseback waving rifles and tomahawks, the Lone Ranger turns ...