Entertainment Law Update Episode 025 – What’s with all the Zombies?
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In this Episode:
- Zombie Righthaven
- Golan v. Holder at the USSC
- Marilyn Monroe Right of Publicity?
- ReDigi – digital music first sale doctrine?
- Poison gets sued 25 years after infringement
- Costumes and copyright?
- and more…
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Righthaven — almost dead, but not quite
Vegas Inc.: http://www.vegasinc.com/news/2011/oct/21/another-judge-doubtful-righthavens-standing-sue/
Hollywood eyes fate of copyright law (Golan v. Holder update)
Link to mp3 of the entire oral argument: http://www.oyez.org/cases/2010-2019/2011/2011_10_545
Public Domain Info Project
Middle Tennessee State University Center for Popular Music:
Monroe Publicity Rights
George Clinton dispute regarding digital downloads.
ReDigi – can you legally resell your music?
Does Warner Bros. Really Have Exclusive Movie Rights to a Story Posted on Reddit?
Can MTV Sue New Jersey For Nixing ‘Jersey Shore' Tax Credit?
NY Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/27/nyregion/christie-blocks-tax-credit-for-jersey-shore.html
80’s Hair Band Poison sued for allegedly stealing songs twenty-five years ago
Could Ben Affleck be liable for The Town-inspired robberies?
Power Rangers Halloween Costumes – Can They Be Copyrighted?
‘Hurt Locker' Case Dismissed on Anti-Slapp motion
Man claims that The Hangover II was based on his life story
Quarterback’s suit against EA dismissed
Actress Sues iMDB for revealing age
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