[External] Normal ARIN registration service fees for LRSA entrants after 31 Dec 2023

Jay Hennigan jay at west.net
Tue Sep 20 17:58:02 UTC 2022

On 9/19/22 20:58, Owen DeLong via NANOG wrote:
> Why not publish such a table?
> It shouldn’t be a particularly difficult task and could prove rather enlightening.

Individual trial court cases aren't generally published. There may be a 
transcript at the local courthouse, but rarely available in any kind of 
online database.

Appellate court decisions are more widely published as they are often 
cited as precedent in future cases. Even in those cases it may be 
difficult to find a freely available copy. While the decisions are 
public domain, they aren't widely distributed. Legal publishing houses 
find and "annotate" them making the annotated decision subject to 
copyright. These are then paywalled.

ARIN could certainly, if they chose, produce a listing of the cases to 
which it was a party as well as those where ARIN counsel was called as 
an expert witness. Actual access to the text of such cases would be left 
as an exercise for the reader.

Jay Hennigan - jay at west.net
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