“Unpaid Bloggers’ Bid to Reopen Huffington Post Lawsuit Rejected”

by Walter Olson on December 13, 2012

“Judges rejected a bid from unpaid bloggers at the Huffington Post to revive a lawsuit against AOL that contends the company should pay them a third of the $315 million it spent last year to buy the news site.” [Alexander Kaufman, The Wrap] “The problem with plaintiffs’ argument is that it has no basis,” observed the Second Circuit. [Politico, earlier here, here, etc.]

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1 Supremecourtjester 12.13.12 at 5:30 pm

Hemingway’s Cats Succeed in Getting Protection Where Schroedinger’s Imaginary Cat Failed

The faux bar examination question “What has four legs and chases cats?” (The answer to which was Mrs. Katz and her process server) now has a new answer. It is: Two Federal Department of Agriculture agents.

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