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Around the web, July 26

  • It's Spitzenfreude with New York's moralizing prosecutor-governor caught in his very own ethics scandal [Slate roundup]

  • Antitrust critic Skip Oliva is guestblogging this week at our sister site [Overlawyered]

  • "Corporate Defendant Wins Patent Litigation in Marshall, Texas" which in that Best Little Jurisdiction is apparently newsworthy enough to deserve its own headline [WSJ Law Blog]

  • Dismissal of charges in KPMG tax shelter case is "a watershed event" in fight against prosecutorial excess [Kirkendall]

  • Second Circuit refuses to stuff another plaintiff-friendly trademark interpretation into the Lanham Act, and an academic commentator grumbles [Coleman; Michael Atkins]

  • More on unions that hire the jobless to picket at rather less than a "living wage" [Washington Post; earlier here, here, and here]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute


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