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PRINCE Act Shelved by Minnesota Legislator

USA - May 19 2016 Last week we reported on the right of publicity bill being considered by the Minnesota legislature in light of the passing of musical icon, Prince. As...


Sign O’ the Times: the Right of Publicity Comes to Minnesota

USA - May 11 2016 The ability to control the use of one’s name, likeness, voice, and other personal attributes is known as the right of publicity. Unlike trademarks...


What’s That Sound? It Might Just Be a Trademark

USA - April 19 2016 Trademarks are not only words or logos, but can come in many other forms, including sounds. In the words of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board in...


YouTube to Take a Stand for Fair Use

USA - November 23 2015 As we have written elsewhere on this blog, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that copyright owners must consider fair use before...


Aereo’s antenna arrays and streaming of broadcast programming to individual subscribers found infringing

USA - June 26 2014 In a significant victory for the broadcast industry, the Supreme Court has held in a 6-3 decision that Aereo's TV streaming service is a public...

Stuart R. Hemphill, Bruce R. Ewing, Sarah Robertson.