Blawg Review #175 is up at Jamie Spencer’s Austin DWI Lawyer (another LexBlog site) — click here to read the Review. Fitting with Ed.’s sense of humor, a DWI lawyer was chosen to host the Labor Day Review, instead of a more traditional pick, like a labor lawyer. Of course, there are lots of interesting DWI posts, and a few good IP links. Spencer links to Victoria Pynchon’s post at the IP ADR Blog about the arrest of a blogger who posted new Guns N’ Roses tracks before the group released its new album — click here to read it. In a "teeny tiny" act of civil disobedience, Pynchon posted the entire text of the LA Times story on the arrest. While I will admit to one or two acts of civil disobedience in my day, today you are just getting a link to the Chicago Tribune’s story by Michelle Quinn and Swati Pandey on the arrest and the increasing use of criminal copyright infringement prosecutions — click here.
September’s Carnival of Trust is up at Compensation Force — click here for the Carnival. There are no specific legal or IP posts this month, but lots of great stuff on building and maintaining relationships with trust.