Monthly Archives: June 2013

Law and the Multiverse Retcon #5: The Crimes of the Mandarin

This is the fifth post in our Law and the Multiverse Retcons series, in which we discuss changes in the law (or corrections to our analysis) that affect older posts.  In this case we’re discussing a not-so-old post, this one from just a few weeks ago discussing the possible criminal liability of The Mandarin from Iron Man 3.  As with the original post, the correction requires pretty massive spoilers, so read on at your peril if you haven’t seen the movie yet (which you should, it’s great).

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Guest Blogging at the Volokh Conspiracy

This week we will be guest blogging at The Volokh Conspiracy, a fantastic legal blog co-founded by UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh and Emory law professor Alexander “Sasha” Volokh.  Over the years the Conspiracy has grown to include a number of contributors, most of whom are law professors.

We’ll be taking this opportunity to address some slightly more down to earth topics, particularly the show Elementary, which we’ve received a number of questions about.  Our first post is The Adventure of the Commandeered Snow Plow.