Last Week’s April Fool’s Day Post

We hope you enjoyed last Friday’s April Fool’s Day post, which was entitled “In ‘Game Of Thrones’ Litigation, South Carolina State Court Enters Judgment Against George R.R. Martin.” It was immensely fun to write, and we hope you enjoyed it. We were pleasantly surprised that the post received some attention, and we even earned a link from The Volokh Conspiracy blog at The Washington Post. Longtime readers may have noticed that we referenced the non-existent “Western District of South Carolina,” which we hadn’t mentioned on the blog since our Star Wars April Fool’s Day post back in 2011.

We know some people aren’t fond of April Fool’s Days posts, but we must confess that they are one of our guilty pleasures.

By the way, in the interests of completism, we present these links to our past April Fool’s Day posts:

Federal Court Enjoins Reboots of ‘Twin Peaks’ and ‘The X-Files’ On ‘1990’s Estoppel’ Grounds” (April 1, 2015).

In Employment Case, Texas Trial Court Holds That Retweets Are, In Fact, Endorsements As A Matter Of Law” (April 1, 2014).

North Carolina Court Declares Harlem Shake ‘Over,’ Enjoins YouTube From Accepting Further Videos Depicting Same” (April 1, 2013).

American Bar Association Denies Provisional Accreditation To Miskatonic University School of Law” (April 1, 2012).

Star Wars Prequels Unreasonably Dangerous and Defective, South Carolina Federal Court Finds” (April 1, 2011).

Unsatisfying Snickers Bar Unreasonably Dangerous and Defective, Texas Court Holds” (April 1, 2010).

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