Samsung and Jay-Z are close to creating a music streaming service that the rapper could make $20 million from.
Two recent decisions from CARU remind marketers of the ground rules for kid's ads showing active outdoor play.
The Nevada legislature approved AB360 to allow the governor, upon recommendation from the Nevada Gaming Commission, to enter into compacts with other jurisdictions to expand the reach of Nevada’s legalized interactive gaming.
The Supreme Court announced on Monday that next term it will consider what is required to establish standing to sue for false advertising under Section 43(a)(1)(B) of the Lanham Act.
The Jamaican Ministry of Finance and Planning has issued a Request for Proposals for the Award of Integrated Resort Development Orders.
"Fox News" called on Scott L. Vernick to discuss the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision to uphold the police practice of taking DNA samples from those arrested but not convicted of a crime.
New 2013-2016 Compensation Rate Sheets, Tables and other supplemental rate-based materials have been drafted, verified and agreed to by the industry and the union.
Perhaps the single most difficult analytic question facing sports law today is how to regulate the likenesses and marks of sports players and teams respectively.
From professionals involved in software, to executives and lawyers, many individuals have widespread concerns over cybercrime and cybersecurity.
This essay is about a common provision in contracts for the sale of art, namely, that legal title does not pass to the buyer until the purchase price is paid in full.
This essay addresses provenance issues in the context of a sale.
In late February, the Federal Communications Commission's Media Bureau invited comments from the public on changing its long-standing policy concerning foreign entities or persons owning more than 25% of a U.S. broadcast company.
SAG-AFTRA members voted by an overwhelming 96% to approve the 2013 Commercials Contracts.
The California Legislature has enacted a new law that requires restaurants to post public notices regarding slavery and human trafficking or face stiff penalties.
When the FTC released its revised Green Guides last October, the Agency provided detailed guidance on a number of topics but declined to provide guidance on the claim of "sustainability."
Before any discussion of the merits, Judge Brody must resolve one threshold issue: preemption.
Maybe there were a handful of media observers who, late in 2012, thought the recent on-line threats to the traditional broadcast television model would be settled quickly; they would be wrong.
A recent National Advertising Division decision demonstrates that the self-regulatory body expects advertisers to substantiate any generic superiority claims against all major competitors.
InsidePrivacy.com recently published a "survey of data security surveys" that came to troubling conclusions—that data security weaknesses remain incredibly common across industries, despite being easily avoidable.
Darrell D. Miller, chair of Fox’s entertainment law department and managing partner of the firm’s Los Angeles office, was named to The Hollywood Reporter’s 7th annual Power Lawyers list, which serves as a handbook featuring the industry’s most effective problem-solvers.