Lit Daily got an interesting request the other day—to pull a link in one of my columns to an opinion by a federal judge dismissing an insider trading case.

The opinion exonerated the lawyer’s client—one of multiple defendants, and whose name I didn’t mention in my story. But the lawyer wanted the link to the opinion pulled nonetheless “to mitigate the damages caused by such a document returning in a Google search for [her client’s] name.”

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