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The Daily Memo - 7/18/07

check.jpgAn argument against splitting up the Supremely-maligned Ninth Circuit. (Slate)

check.jpgIs the fight over webcasting royalties boiling down to a battle over DRM and copyright? (Machinist)

check.jpgThe RIAA has been ordered to pay almost $70K in attorneys fees in the Debbie Foster case. (Recording Industry vs. The People)

check.jpgThe lawsuit brought by some orphans against ABC over “Extreme Makeover” has been tossed out of court. (Nota Bene)

check.jpgThe California Supremes have ruled that waivers you sign for sports may apply to negligent acts, but not to grossly negligent acts. (May It Please the Court)

check.jpgThe Cali Supremes also gave a billionaire permission to sue a California judge for malicious prosecution. (Law.com)

check.jpgAs a former physicist, I find the notion of analogizing the law and modern physics very interesting, and I do think it’s possible to make modern physics understandable to “not-physics-trained lawyers.” (Dorf on Law)