I am loving James Grimmelman’s nuanced notes on the latest Google Books Settlement hearing—both because I’m interested in the issue and because it’s interesting to understand the actual legal process better. Okay, also because James throws in stuff like this:
Judge Chin, however, threw a curveball, asking how Rubin would respond to Sony’s arguments about competition. The substance of the question was squarely in line with the issues Rubin was arguing, but I think the unexpected form it took, like the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man, caught him off guard.
This is my kinda court reporting.