It's been a while, but it looks like it's time for a livetweet. My understanding is that the full document will be released to the public very soon, and I'll link it at the end of the thread instead of waiting to start.
I'm in England and it's pushing midnight, so I'm not going to sink too deep into the substantive law, but I will try to hit all the high points from the hearing. I'll also talk about oral advocacy a fair amount.
I should note in this context that I've got hopes for Hsu (Vic's newest lawyer.) His bio said he did Jessup, which is a big deal moot court.
First, as seen above, it violates the Rule 11 Agreement. (Which is a contract.)
Seriously, Ty. Did you really want to let everyone know that your research for this case apparently leans heavily on CLE materials?
Also, Ty, when the judge asks opposing counsel to give you something to save time? #howembarrassing
I don't think Ty (or Nick) get that.