Now that the US Supreme Court ruled on the Hamdan case, the Navy lawyer in the Hamdan case (who has represented defendant Hamdan, doing his duty and all that) has a fuzzy-looking future. Perhaps it means he’ll be a litigator in the civilian (private) sector, I’d suggest.
In Slate, Prof. Tim Wu raises some interesting points about whether China can create its own Hollywood unless it comes up with some changes in its IP law. Further questions arise for other industries in China, since piracy doesn’t help nurture business.
Sort of like the idea of six degrees of separation, there’s the very real possibility that everyone’s related to royalty.