High Court Defends Consumer Rights and Economic Freedom

, The National Law Journal


Given any ambiguity, as Justice Anthony Kennedy has aptly proclaimed in his book, "the tie goes to freedom." That is what the court did in Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons.

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  • Tim Morgan

    At some point it makes economic sense to make texts availaable oversees only by temporary economic license, readable until the semester ends on pads and the like. Indeed, I understand this option is sometimes available to American college students, probably reinforcing by backstop the habit of cramming (why retain the knowledge, as it's verbal source is going away anyway).

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