This item is a little indelicate but it’s so bizarre that I feel compelled to pass it along. UPDATE: AP reports on a prosecution for indecent exposure. UPDATE 2: The judge was convicted of four counts of indecent exposure.

Judge orders entire 80-attorney law firm to take a refresher course in ethics.

The blogosphere is abuzz with the announcement that law reviews are going to try to limit the length of law review articles. If true, this is excellent news for everyone, including authors like me. But I don’t believe it for…

Prime example of lawyer fraud through overbilling. I really don’t understand this—did he really think he would not be caught for billing 94 hours in a 24 hour day?

Marty Schwimmer had nice things to say about my paper on Internet search. If you’re interested in trademark law, I encourage you to read his Trademark Blog. It’s the definitive blog in the space.

I have been thinking a lot about the Ravikant v. Tolia complaint filed January 19. This lawsuit arises out DealTime’s acquisition of Epinions in 2003. In that merger, all of the common stockholders got wiped out (including me). The plaintiffs…

Welcome to my personal blog. In the future, I plan to launch a “professional” blog that will cover substantive legal topics related to search engines, Internet law and marketing law. This blog will cover everything else—postings about my papers and…