In this Episode:
- Ethics and the non-practicing attorney… a long tail
- Zorro draws its sword against M&M candies
- “Free Scooter!” cries Justin Bieber.
- Dramatic vs. Non-Dramatic rights in musical works
- Ride-along producer : Ride-along defendant?
- Bryant v. Media Right, Orchard
- Arista v. Lime Group
- Hot News Misappropriation
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Ethics/Professional Responsibility, a long tail? Caveats for non-practicing lawyers.
Randy Quaid, Lloyd Braun and the lingering duties to former clients
Conflicts of Interest in the Entertainment Law Context
Just for Kicks: Legal Specialty areas you'd never have thought of….
Tattoo Law: When Your Tattoo Turns Out Not-so-‘Beatiful'
The Law of Tattoos
Tattooed Brands Global Survey 2009
Law and Magic Blog
Zorro vs. M&M masked character
Zorro sues over masked M&Ms character
M&M Trademark Infringement with Zorro
Zorro Productions, Inc. v. Mars, Inc. (ND Ca., filed March 22, 2010).
Manager liability for inciting a riot?
Crime Time: Should Justin Bieber's manager really be prosecuted for a mall riot?–The Hollywood Reporter | Esq. | Entertainment and Media Law
Dramatic vs. Non-dramatic musical works, concert vs. “Grand Rights”
Jersey Boys, LP v. Gehling, Cause No:1:2010cv03060 (SDNY), filed April 9, 2010.
Corbello v. DeVito, 1:2007cv00985, (ED Tex. [Beaumont] filed Dec. 28, 2007 venue moved to
Corbello v. DeVito, 2:08-cv-00867-RCJ-PA, (Nev.).
Ride Along TV producer = ride-along defendant?
Lexology – Federal court: media defendants may be liable in Chicago ride-along case
Media Ride-Alongs Lead to Civil Rights Suits
Bryant v. Media Right, Orchard, et.al.
Did an appeals court just give the music industry a big break?
Record Album Only Supports One Statutory Damages Award — Offer of Judgment in Copyright Cases
RIAA vs. Limewire win for the music industry.
RIAA wins big in LimeWire lawsuit | Media Maverick – CNET News
Appeals Court Puts Hold On Hot News Ruling Until Full Appeal Is Done
Internet Financial News Aggregator Enjoined under New York Hot News Misappropriation Law : New Media and Technology Law Blog
Breaking News: Dow Jones Files “Hot News” Case Against Briefing.com | Citizen Media Law Project
Lexology – Social networking sites that collect “hot news” are in the hot seat
The Trademark Blog: Get Your Hot News Compaint Here
Lexology – Hot-news misappropriation
Tyler Ochoa on the Legacy of the Statute of Anne