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Ninth Circuit Finds First Amendment Protects Against Right-of-Publicity Claim Involving Film “The Hurt Locker”

USA - January 26 2017 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has confirmed that right-of-publicity claims purporting to arise from expressive works, like films...

Karen A. Henry, Kelli L. Sager.


Race to the Highest Minimum: California Minimum Wage Increase and San Francisco’s New Parental Leave Ordinance

USA - April 13 2016 California’s newly increased minimum wages will impact employers in two ways. First, minimum wage employees will have to be paid the higher minimum...

Aaron N. Colby, Janet Grumer.


Ninth Circuit Finds First Amendment Protects Against Right Of Publicity Claim Involving Film “The Hurt Locker”

USA - March 1 2016 The Ninth Circuit has confirmed that right of publicity claims purporting to arise from expressive works, like films, are content-based restrictions...

Karen A. Henry, Kelli L. Sager.


The 9th Circuit rights the balance between copyright law and the First Amendment

USA - July 22 2015 The 9th Circuit has dissolved a sweeping preliminary injunction that had ordered Google to take down copies of "Innocence of Muslims," an anti-Islam...

Dan Laidman, Kelli L. Sager.