It was hot outside in Philadelphia on Friday, but it was even hotter inside on the 19th floor of the federal courthouse as the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held oral arguments in Facenda v. NFL Films.

The 3rd Circuit has long been known as a “hot” court — meaning that the judges often ask lots of questions in oral argument — but the Facenda argument was especially hot.

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