Alan Gura on the Term "Reasonable"Posted on the 01 May 2011 by Mikeb302000
I suggested in a comment over on TTAG that Robert should have followed up these questions with one about whether or not the inclusion of that expression in the Supreme Court’s decision enables lower courts to do their more specific versions of it. In other words, The Supremes didn’t specify what reasonable restrictions could be added, only that they can be.
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