Monthly Archives: July 2014

Entertainment Law Update Podcast episode 53

 

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Episode 53 of my Entertainment Law Update podcast Is now online. Listen here or visit http://entertainmentlawupdate.com/53 

 

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1 Redskins Trademark Cancelled For Being Derogatory
2 Trademark Office Rejects “Amish Mafia” Mark as Disparaging
3 AMC Must Turn Over Books to Walking Dead Creator
4 Innocence of Muslims – Appeals Court amends its ruling
5 Aereo Followup Discussion
6 What’s Next/Repercussions:
7 Aereo Lays Out New Survival Strategy in Letter to Judge
8 Copyright Office responds to Aereo
9 George Clinton Can’t Prevent Sound Recordings from Being Sold
10 Tyler Perry Wins “What Would Jesus Do” Trademark Lawsuit
11 Lindsay Lohan Sues for Grand Theft Auto Character
12 Manuel Noriega
13 John Wayne’s Heirs Sue Duke University Over Trademark Rights to “Duke” for Alcohol
14 Yankee Fan who fell asleep at a game, sues over on-air mockery
15 Tamera’s recent Article

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Client Alert – Scammers targeting California Business Entities.

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