Monday morning essentials: Beer label dispute -- silence on trial -- Wilde in letters & law

Monday, 06 August 2012 06:00 AM Written by 
20120806_beercompany_150Starting your week with the Post-Gazette Business/law package today begins with a report from the Legal Intelligencer's Saranac Hale Spencer on a copyright dispute between Pennsylvania's iconic Yuengling brewery and a graphic designer over labeling for an upcoming Oktoberfest brew.

The Legal Intelligencer's Ben Present has details behind the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's decision to take up a case involving whether or not  prosecutors may refer to a defendant's pre-arrest silence at trial.

20120805wap_oscarwilde60And from the weekend, the Panic Street Lawyer's Jay Hornack offers some thoughts on the literary and legal legacy of Oscar Wilde.

(Top image: A Yuengling delivery truck outside the brewery in Pottsville, Pa.)

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