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If you read it anyplace else, it's not Really Legal!
Zick Rubin’s columns on the lighter side of publishing and intellectual property law.
How the Internet Tried to Kill Me . . . and Other Startling Pieces
A retrospective collection of Zick’s pieces from The New York Times, The Boston Globe, and other periodicals, including “Love and the Law,” “Good Heavens, Its © by God,” "If Macbeth Had Been in Clinton's Shoes, Damned Spot and All," and “How Can You Trademark a Mitzvah®?”
“Zick Rubin gives us an extraordinary production, with resonant echoes of Shakespeare, Chekhov, and Neil Simon.” —Noam Rubin, actor
“Like a well-planned neighborhood, the 31 pieces add up to a whole lot more than the sum of their parts.” — Elihu Rubin, urbanist
“A book that the whole family will want to sit down with and read together. “ —Carol Rubin, social worker
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