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The Daily Memo - 12/19/07

check.jpg“Humdinger of a copyright case.” (Likelihood of Confusion)

check.jpgAh, good ol’ Philly. A Center City lawyer is among 15 people indicted for a 25-year “scheme of bogus personal injury claims employing 100 runners and working with about ten physicians.” (Overlawyered)

check.jpg“Girls Gone Wild v. Girls Gone Wine.” (The Trademark Blog)

check.jpgHamdan is going to have a trial to determine if he’s a POW and, if that’s the way the hearing shakes out, he’d likely lose the chance to go before a U.S. military commission. (SCOTUSblog)

check.jpg“Justice Scalia’s worst nightmare.” Gays? Liberal black gays? Pink socks? (Supreme Dicta)

check.jpgBabies and bears and Bingham, oh my!. (WSJ Law Blog)

check.jpgThe Jersey Turnpike filed a lawsuit against the victims of a turnpike crash who lost four family members last year, and then quickly backtracked, calling it a “clerical error.” (Overlawyered)