Judge Fred Biery of the Western District of Texas has burdened misbehaving lawyers with various sanctions over the years. The latest one takes the cake: opposing counsels were threatened with having to “Kiss each other on the lips in front of the Alamo” if they failed to resolve discovery disputes during the course of litigation.
Let’s review the rest of Judge Biery’s colorful Order, where he also quotes Star Wars, Elvis Presley, and Lincoln.
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Paul Hansmeier and John Steele have now pled guilty to a HUGE copyright extortion scheme using Bittorrent File-Sharing networks. The Defendants shared their own videos on The Pirate Bay and then sued everyone who was seen downloading.
Let’s review the extent of their crimes and the expected jail sentence.
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The report reveals dark and sinister behavior deep within the Catholic Church. Let’s go over the Grand Jury’s summary and cover a few of the reports from Allentown, my home diocese. Continue reading “Grand Jury Report on Pennsylvania Catholic Church Abuse of Children” »
Sony, Universal, and myriad related record labels are suing Cox Communications after a previous court decision finding Cox ignored the DMCA by allowing repeat infringements to continue.
Let’s review the Complaint and see how much money I think Cox will be paying. Hint: a lot.
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Bob Murray has once again graced us with another court filing in Murray Energy v. John Oliver and HBO for their segment poking fun at the squirrelly coal magnate.
Kurt Mueller joins me in the studio to bring you this special episode of Lawful Masses.
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