September 11, 2012

Graphically Stated

More on cartoon and comic law today, this time via Findlaw. Bob Kohn of RoyaltyShare was allowed to file an amicus brief in the Justice Department's antitrust ebooks pricing case against Apple and other defendants. But the judge told Mr. Kohn to keep his brief short (no pun intended)--to five pages, in fact. So Mr. Kohn went with an extremely graphic style, He reduced his argument to cartoons. The case settled a day after he filed his brief. Oh, well. Perhaps not an approach that would work for every argument, but, in this case, points for style. Graphic style. 

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