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Margaret Mitchell & Southern Literature
This article about Margaret Mitchell, the musuem, and Southern literature offers historical background prior to attending the Thursday evening reception at the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum.


Preparing for the Rule 26(f) Scheduling Conference and Other Practical Advice in the Wake of the Recent Amendments to the Rules Governing E-Discovery
The recent amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure require counsel to directly address questions relating to the preservation, discoverability, and admissibility of eletronically discoverable information. The practical advice is provided to help counsel better navigate these new requirements in the context of the Rule 2 (f) conference.
Copyright Fair Use: A Constitutional Imperative
In 2006, the Copyright Society of the United States invited Judge Birch to present the 36th Annual Donald C. Brace Memorial Lecture on copyright law at New York University Law School.