lukegilman.com : The Blawgraphy
Life of a Law Student, University of Houston Law Center

Icon
Please note: I'm no longer updating this particular blog, but keep it around for archival purposes. Visit me at the current blog at www.lukegilman.com

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Sitting at the University of Houston, November 3rd

University of Houston Law Center

The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit will be sitting at the University of Houston Law Center on November 3rd, 2009. According to the Court’s calendar, the following cases will be heard:

Panel K: Tuesday, November 3, 2009, 10:00 A.M., The University of Houston Law Center

  • 2008-1288 DCT MBO LABS V BECTON [argued]
  • 2009-3104 MSPB RACHAL V MSPB [argued]
  • 2009-1210 BCA BEYLEY CONSTRUCTION V ARMY [argued]
  • 2009-1270 PTO IN RE CHAPMAN [argued]
  • 2009-3193 MSPB KNIGHT V MSPB [on the briefs]

Panel L: Tuesday, November 3, 2009, 10:00 A.M., The University of Houston Law Center

  • 2008-1418 DCT HUMAN GENOME V IMMUNEX [argued]
  • 2009-1182 DCT HUMAN GENOME SCIENCES V GENENTECH [argued]
  • 2009-3155 MSPB ARMSTRONG V TREASURY [argued]
  • 2009-1313 PTO AMERICAN RICE V DUNMORE PROPERTIES[argued]
  • 2009-3200 MSPB GIBSON-MICHAELS V FDIC [on the briefs]

More information is available at the University of Houston Law Center Website

Cartoon: How Innocent Can You Afford to Be?

image001
This would be funnier if there weren’t some truth to it. Read the rest of this entry »

Just Doing My Part to Deforest the Earth…

hlr

Our bound copies of all the issues we worked on at the Houston Law Review arrived today. Although I still love to hit the stacks in the library, I cannot remember the last time I went down there for a journal article. Grabbing it off of HeinOnline and SSRN are just too easy, searchable PDFs of the same pages far too convenient.

Read the rest of this entry »

TED Talks: Jonathan Zittrain, The Web as random acts of kindness

The TED talks bio describes Jonathan Zittrain as a “social theorist”. Most of us know him better as a law professor and co-founder of Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society. Zittrain’s TED talk is more social theory than law but evokes some of Robert Ellickson’s ideas on law emerging from self-ordering arrangements in The Household. A fascinating talk. Read the rest of this entry »

A Dilbert Cartoon For the Antitrust Lawyers

Dilbert.com Read the rest of this entry »

Blawgraphy: Subscribe by Email

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Categories