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Park Cruising Not ‘Disorderly Conduct’ (access required)

The 4th Circuit reverses defendant’s conviction for “disorderly conduct” under federal regulations governing the Blue Ridge Parkway, based on defendant’s “obscene” conduct of touching an undercover park ranger’s fully-clothed crotch after the ranger initiated a sexually suggestive conversation with defendant ...

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From the Chamber of Leaked Secrets

British author J.K. Rowling has made a boatload of money off of the Harry Potter series, both books and movies. Too bad she can’t find a lawyer who can keep his mouth shut. Here’s what happened, according to The Telegraph, ...

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Injunction Upheld for Real Estate Website (access required)

A real estate-listing website is temporarily enjoined from using photographs from online database compilers such as plaintiff, which operated local multiple listing services; although defendant website contends plaintiff cannot sue because it had not copyrighted the individual photos it used, ...

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