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The Daily Memo - 7/16/07

check.jpgIs California going to run out of lawyers soon? (May It Please the Court)

check.jpgA Florida man is having some trouble trying to convince the courts that he shouldn’t pay over $10,000 in back-child support for a daughter who, as proven by DNA tests, isn’t his. (CNN)

check.jpgA Cambridge University PhD candidate has calculated that the optimal amount of protection for copyrights is 14 years. (ars technica)

check.jpgProfessor Bainbridge takes a look at an amusing and dismissive dissenting opinion where the Judge admits to not even bothering with reading the majority opinion. (Professor Bainbridge)

check.jpgCheck out some hot documents from “the biggest Mob trial in years.” (Slate)

check.jpgA Florida teen has been arrested and charged with repeatedly breaking into his neighbor’s house to watch internet porn. WFTV)

check.jpgWashington’s Supreme Court has ruled that the state’s Consumer Protection Act invalidates the part of cell phone contracts which require customers to waive the right to bring class-action lawsuits. (SeattlePI.com)