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One Thousand and One Posts

One Thousand and One Nights

Maybe Less Engrossing Than the Thousand and One Nights? Credit: Tehran Museum of Loans and Mortgages

Today’s case of the day, SEC v. China Intelligent Lighting and Electronics, was Letters Blogatory’s one thousandth post! That makes this the thousand and first post. Thanks as always for reading, and especial thanks to my regular readers and subscribers.

Letters Blogatory Turns Three!

Tomorrow is Letters Blogatory’s third birthday. Where has the time gone? I’m taking a break from my regular coverage today to say thanks to my readers. As anyone who blogs knows, it’s a labor of love whose main rewards are the pleasure of writing about things you find interesting and the pleasure of making connections with people who find them interesting, too.

Bitte stimmen Sie für Letters Blogatory!

Letters Blogatory has been nominated for best law blog of 2014 in the Ausland (foreign) category by Johannes Zöttl’s Kartellblog, a German-language blog covering, as the name suggests, antitrust law. Clearly Dr. Zöttl is more discerning than the editors of the ABA Blawg Review! Mustn’t grumble. In any case, I hope you will take a moment to vote for Letters Blogatory, particularly if you value my coverage of cases with German and Austrian implications. And while you’re there, please consider voting for Dispute Resolution In Germany, Peter Bert’s excellent English-language blog, in the Litigation and Mediation category.