A Comic is Worth a 1,000 Authorities

As if living and working in New York and being an expert in music licensing law wasn't cool enough, lawyer Bob Kohn has now transcended to the status of super cool, in this Kat's opinion, by filing a friend-of-the-court five page brief in comic book format, opposing a settlement in e-book price-fixing case U.S. v. Apple Inc., 12-cv-02826.

Legal Cheek reports here and Bloomberg here.

Here's a snippet:

The full brief is available from Scribd here.

A Comic is Worth a 1,000 Authorities A Comic is Worth a 1,000 Authorities Reviewed by Kate Manning on Thursday, September 06, 2012 Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. It may help the Judge but there are still a lot of big and confusing words.

    It's not very realistic. After he responded to her initial question her answer would have been: "OK darling sounds cool best of luck I'm just going to watch an old episode of Friends and then I'm off to bed. Don't wake me!"


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