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1. "Nobody Uses Betamax Anymore and Neither Should the Supreme Court: Why Metro-Goldwin-Mayer Studios, Inc. v. Grokster, LTD. Should Be Overturned"
[discussing Metro-Goldwin-Mayer Studios, Inc. v. Grokster, LTD.
, No. 04-480 (U.S. June 27, 2005)]
Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, INTERNET & COMPUTER LAW
Author(s): Rust, Matthew J.
28 HAMLINE LAW REVIEW 549 (No. 3, Summer 2005)
2. "New to the Bench: Magistrate Judge Janie S. Mayeron"
Author(s): Trobaugh, Phillip J.
72 HENNEPIN LAWYER 12 (No. 6, June 2003)
3. "Innovator of the Year: William Mayer and George Flora, Minnesota Thermal Science [Supplement to Finance and Commerce, Minnesota Lawyer and the St. Paul Legal Ledger - August 2005]"
Subject(s): BUSINESS & COMMERCE
9 MINNESOTA LAWYER S-6 (No. 35, August 29, 2005)
4. "Finalists Announced for 1st District Bench Vacancy [Jaehne; Keena; Knutson; Lennon; Mayer] [news note]"
8 MINNESOTA LAWYER 20 (No. 18, May 3, 2004)
5. "Finalists Named for 1st Judicial District Bench [Fahey, Hanson, Keena, Mayer, Messerich] [news note]"
8 MINNESOTA LAWYER 18 (No. 3, January 19, 2004)
6. "Two Appointed to 1st Judicial District Court Bench [Knutson; Mayer] [news note]"
8 MINNESOTA LAWYER 22 (No. 23, June 7, 2004)
7. "Mayeron Appointed U.S. Magistrate Judge [news note]"
7 MINNESOTA LAWYER 3 (No. 6, February 10, 2003)
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