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To Ensure A Complete Release, Address California's New Section 1542
Civil Code Sections 1541 and 1542, California laws that govern the extinguishment of certain obligations ...
United States
23 Apr 2019
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New FCC Enforcement Powers Follow Passage Of Anti-Spoofing Law
For a hot minute, at least, we're going to talk about the Repack Airwaves Yielding Better Access for Users of Modern Services Act of 2018, or the RAY BAUMS Act.
United States
18 Mar 2019
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Hunky Model And GNC Both Lose Fees Battle
If you happened to see advertisements for Versace, Ralph Lauren or Calvin Klein in GQ and Elle back in the 1990s,
United States
23 Jan 2019
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AD-ttorneys@law – December 5, 2018
Remember that 2015 Federal Communications Commission order that expanded the scope of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act?
United States
10 Dec 2018
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Four Things To Know: What The Election Results Mean For Tech Policy
While much of the tech policy focus in 2019 will be centered on scrutinizing social media platforms and whether consumers' privacy is being adequately protected, there also will be opportunities for bipartisan efforts...
United States
19 Nov 2018
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Southern Discomfort For Public Radio Defendants
You had to be living under a rock to avoid hearing about pop-culture phenomenon Serial, the intricate and often exasperating true crime podcast devised by journalist and public radio producer Sarah...
United States
9 Aug 2018
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Court Finds Infringement Of THE KRUSTY KRAB Mark
Viacom successfully asserted common-law rights in the trademark THE KRUSTY KRAB for a fictional restaurant, which appears in the cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants.
United States
18 May 2017
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Serial: A Story Stopped Short By The USPTO
Serial is an award-winning podcast narrated by journalist Sarah Koenig. It is a long-form story examining a criminal legal case.
United States
14 Apr 2016
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NFL Prevails Over Retired NFL Players' Suit Involving Use Of Game Footage
The Eighth Circuit may have just ended the game for three retired NFL players who sued NFL Films for using game footage of the players in films.
United States
16 Mar 2016
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FilmOn And The Copyright Act §111 Compulsory Licensing
Section 111 establishes a compulsory licensing system that allows cable companies to make secondary transmissions of copyrighted works.
United States
1 Dec 2015
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Another Step In The Long March From Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Toward Fair Use Free-For-All?
TVEyes is a media-monitoring subscription service that "records the entire content of television and radio broadcasts and creates a searchable database of that content."
United States
27 Oct 2014
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