Congratulations to Orin,

who not only has two of his articles cited in the Sixth Circuit e-mail privacy en banc, but who has the special privilege of having the dissent deride one of the citations:

Rather than address the facts and law cited by the panel's opinion, the majority fails to cite one case dealing with electronic communications in the privacy context, instead relying on a single professor's law review article.

Just goes to show how important that single professor's law review article must be.