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Justice Scalia cites Beyond DOMA: Choice of State Law in Federal Statutes in his dissent in Windsor (PDF).

The New York Times mentions The Right to Be Forgotten in an article and its 6th Floor Blog.

Slate references The Drone as a Privay Catalyst.

The Atlantic cites Shireen A. Barday's article, Punitive Damages, Remunerated Research, and the Legal Profession.

The Ninth Circuit cites The Dead Past in Doe v. Reed (PDF).

The U.S. Supreme Court cites Life After Bilski in a unanimous decision in Prometheus Laboratories (PDF).

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