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Dentons | USA | 7 Oct 2010

FEC issues three advisory opinions in public meeting, fails to reach conclusion on two others

The US Federal Election Commission considered five advisory opinions (AOs) at its open meeting on Thursday, September 23.


Dentons | USA | 12 Jan 2010

Court tells wireless giant: cashing in on famous pilot's accomplishments won't fly

A federal court has denied summary judgment in Charles E. "Chuck" Yeager's suit against Cingular Wireless in which the legendary pilot claims the company used his historic achievement as a pilot for commercial purposes in violation of the Lanham Act and California's common law right to privacy and right to control publicity and likeness.

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