Gregory Apgar, Prudential Standing Limitations on Lanham Act False Advertising Claims, 76 Fordham L. Rev. 2389 (2008). Thanks to this note, which provides a nice overview of the standing cases and joins the chorus of criticism of Phoenix of Broward, it’s been brought to my attention that a silly Bluebook rule strips my name from law review footnotes citing my blog posts. Apparently a single-author blog doesn’t get an author name. You know, much like there’s no need to give the name of the author of a single book. So I am pondering a name change. Yes, I know, citation counts don’t matter. But they could not matter and be higher, right?