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Media and Entertainment Law - June 2019

USA - July 11 2018 In Fourth Estate Pub. Benefit Corp. v. Wall-Street.com, LLC, 586 U.S. ___, 139 S.Ct. 881 (Mar. 4, 2019), the United States Supreme Court settled a…

Chrissy Hocker, Richard D. Anigian, Adam Siegartel, Caroline Fox, Catherine Robb, Christina W. Marshall, David A. Bell, David Fleischer, David H. Harper, Deborah S. Coldwell, Ernest Martin, Jr., Gilbert D. Porter, Jason P. Bloom, Jeffrey M. Becker, Jonathan D. Pressment, Jorge Torres Martinez, Kenneth G. Parker, Laura E. O'Donnell, Laura Lee Prather, Mark Erickson, Mary-Christine "M.C." Sungaila, Matt McGee, Matthew R. Schindel, Melissa M. Goodman, Paloma Z. Ahmadi, Sally Dahlstrom, Thad Behrens, Thomas J. Williams, Tom L. Tippetts, Vicki Martin-Odette, Wesley Lewis, William "Hunt" Buckley, William Feldman.

Take Action by December 31st or Lose DMCA Safe Harbor Protection for User-Generated Content

USA - October 23 2017 The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (the “DMCA”) provided a safe harbor to shield website owners, ISP’s, and other online service providers…

Anjie Vichayanonda, Gavin D. George, Jason P. Bloom.

What Brexit May Mean for Your IP Rights in Europe

European Union, United Kingdom, USA - June 28 2016 On Thursday, June 23rd, the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union (“EU”). As of today, intellectual property rights have not…

David A. Bell, Gregory P. Webb, Jeffrey A. Wolfson.

The Supreme Court Will Review the Copyrightability of Apparel in Dispute Over Cheerleading Uniforms

USA - May 3 2016 The United States Supreme Court agreed on Monday, May 2, 2016 to hear argument on what one party called “the single most vexing, unresolved question…

Stephanie Sivinski.

Weathering the storm: sunbeam Sheds new light on the rights of trademark licensees

USA - July 16 2012 On July 9, 2012, the Seventh Circuit decided in Sunbeam that the rejection of a trademark license by a bankrupt trademark licensor does not deprive the trademark licensee of its right to continue to use the trademark, and disagreed with the 1985 Fourth Circuit decision in Lubrizol that held to the contrary.

Robin E. Phelan.