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Get my book! – The Podcast, Blog & New Media Producer’s Legal Survival Guide

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Not too long ago, I wrote an ebook for creators and distributors of online media content. Today, I had sever

al inquiries from folks who'd have avoided some rather big problems, if they'd had the knowledge contained in the book.

So, I thought it time to mention it again.  If you're producing content on the internet, whether it's YouTube videos, blogs, podcasts, or social-media haiku, you're distributing content.  That can be fraught with legal pitfalls.  You need the information in this book.  Or, someday, you  may need a lawyer.

Get the book at http://podcastlawbook.com

(available for kindle, ibooks, or as a .pdf.)

 

Entertainment Law Update Episode 037 – Top Ten Stories of 2012

Call us with your feedback:(310) 243-6231 In this Episode: Crystal Skull lawsuit Persian Barbie dispute Age of the Hobbits injunction Artist Sues EA over throwback Ravens uniform and our completely unscientific top-ten stories from 2012 Entertainment Law Update is brought to you by Clio, the best way to manage your practice online. Clio allows you… Continue Reading

Gordon Firemark on This Week In Law (TWIL), Episode 190

I’m delighted to report that I’ve been asked to again appear on the  This Week in Law podcast with hosts Denise Howell and Evan Brown.  The other guest  on his week’s show is UCLA law professor Kal Raustiala,  who blogs at The Knock Off Economy  The show will be recorded live on Friday, December 7th at 11:00am Pacific… Continue Reading

Entertainment Law Update Podcast Episode 036 – Faulkner, Einstein, Superman and talent managers…

Call us with your feedback:(310) 243-6231 In this Episode: William Faulkner’s suit against Sony Pictures and Woody Allen; Warner Brothers has won an important victory in the Superman litigation, Albert Einstein’s likeness is now in the public domain, and a group representing talent managers is suing California officials over the state’s licensing statute for agents… Continue Reading

Entertainment Law Update Podcast Episode 34 – Publiciity, Politicians, Godfathers and more…

Call us with your feedback:(310) 243-6231 In this Episode: Burberry/Bogart case settled Marilyn Monroe Estate loses Right of Publicity Political Campaigns use of music at rallies Desparate Housewife Sheridan still desperate SEC Rulemaking to relax ban on general solicitations North Face Butt Face/South Butt contempt claim Paramount/Puzo Case over Godfather prequel novel Resale Royalties Act… Continue Reading

Why the distinction between “new” media and “traditional” media is pointless, and a little dangerous.

Since the development of the Internet and the World-Wide-Web, there’s been this peculiar distinction between “old”, or “traditional” or “mainstream” media and the “new” forms such as blogs, podcasts, Internet radio, and video sharing, such as seen on services like YouTube. It’s time we all stopped thinking this way. As the “new” media have taken… Continue Reading

My appearance on This Week in Law!

I’m honored to have been asked to join the panel of lawyers October 9th, for This Week in Law (TWIL) with Denise Howell.  This Week In Law is one of my favorite podcasts. I listen regularly, and look forward to being a part of it. The episode has now been published. Listen here: [audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/twit.cachefly.net/TWiL-033.mp3] Or… Continue Reading

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