That’s odd, my Business Law prof never mentioned that legal text.
I like her! My rebuttal would have been, is a Sneetch a tangible thing?
When you’re writing a dissent, as Kagan was, it’s generally true that “the court” does not side with you.
I often cite a case kindergarteners are fond of, the landmark Finders v. Weepers.
Was Justice Kagan waiting for a case in which the parties’ names rhymed?
i can’t wait to hear emily baselon recap this on slate’s political gabfest. : D
That only reaffirmed the precedent originally established by Snoozers v. Triumphant.
The case of “Weeble vs Wobble” held up no matter how it was approached.
Then there is the case of “The Grinch v. the People of the United States”. Unfortunately the court found for the Grinch. This is case is better known as Citizens United.
But do your kindergarteners know about Smeltit v Dweltit being settled out of court when discovery revealed the co-identity of the litigants?
It’s hard to believe it’s 2015 and they’re still arguing Cake Havers v. Cake Eaters.
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