- Grunt’s-eye view: Rumsfeld to blame for ‘breaking’ the Army
- Hawks for Dissent
- West Point Graduates Against The War — being
suedthreatened with suit for a trademark violation by the military academy! As if this wasn’t classic nominative fair use as per Playboy Enterprises, Inc., v. Wells, 279 F.3d 796 (9th Cir. 2002) and Century 21 Real Estate Corporation v. LendingTree, Inc. , 425 F.3d 211 (3d Cir. 2005)! Not to mention that the chance of confusing Graduates Against the War with a military academy seems somewhat low. As for the possible dilutive effect, if any, see nominative fair use again, not to mention the First Amendment…
- Iraq today (and yesterday): Forget the hearts and minds, worry about the corrupt cops and militias
- Domestic security: planning process years behind schedule
- But don’t worry, we’re ready to prosecute the reporters who tell you about it
- U. Chicago Prof. Geoffrey Stone’s powerful congressional testimony on why prosecuting journalists for publishing is, well, un-American
- At least the kids are all right (back home)
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by Michael Froomkin
Laurie Silvers & Mitchell Rubenstein Distinguished Professor of Law
University of Miami School of Law
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