Detours and Frolics: Week of 3/7

As the first signs of spring begin to tease their way into our lives, so too does this collection of last week’s legal news and miscellany :

  • Clarence Thomas started asking questions during oral argument last Monday, which was the first time he’d done so in a decade (NY Times)
  • The saga of Apple and federal investigators continues in New York (NPR)
  • “It’s OK to Laugh at the Supreme Court” (BloombergView)
  • Subway settled a case with plaintiffs who claimed that the famous Subway foot-long sub is not a foot long (Abnormal Use)
  • Don’t bother making a cardboard license plate (Slate)
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