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February 26, 2014

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Kim Krawiec

I noticed that in the transcript as well. And, of course, as I noted in my first post on Taxing Eggs, I did first hear of the case through Paul. And here we all are. . .

Lisa Milot

Any idea how common this crowdsourcing of legal research/opinions is? Assuming Judge Holmes & his clerk actually read the posts he can expect to have result and not just the amicus briefs, it seems like a pretty efficient way to get exposure to what the academic community, at least, thinks.

Kim Krawiec

Good question, Lisa. I've never come across it before, and so wondered whether this was more common in the tax world than elsewhere. But if it is new to you too, then I guess not. Perhaps other Loungers will have some insight.

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