You Know You’re in Trouble When …

You know you’re in trouble when the opinion in your case contains this early footnote:

Plaintiff begins his argument rhetorically, querying whether the following sentence is copyrightable: “To be, or not to be, that is the question?” (RW Opp’n at 1 (quoting William Shakespeare, Hamlet act 3, sc. 1).) Perhaps, a more appropriate play from which to draw quotations would be Much Ado About Nothing.