Non-Sequiturs: 07.06.15

* Is Apple Music an antitrust violation, a second-rate streaming music provider, or both. Probably both. [Dorf on Law]

* Former Goldman employee Sergey Aleynikov acquitted… again. Who would have thought Cyrus Vance’s trumped up show trial would fail so thoroughly? [Dealbreaker]

* Landmark cases reimagined as movie posters. [Res Ipsa Law Poster]

* If you missed it, here’s the New York Times Editorial about the “Activist Roberts Court” that everyone was talking about over the weekend. [New York Times]

* In her defense, Sarah Palin may not be the dumbest person from Wasilla. [Legal Juice]

* In the wake of Obergefell, will some holdout religious schools lose their tax-exempt status? [Tax Prof Blog]

* Susman Godfrey’s Steve Susman chats with Richard Hsu about distance cycling. [Hsu Untied]

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