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Indiana’s reinstatement of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which says that the state cannot “substantially burden a person’s exercise of religion” unless it is furthering a “compelling government interest” and acting in the least restrictive way possible, has caused quite the controversy. There has been a substantial outcry from the public, including prominent politicians and...
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Indian romantic comedy, “Romeo Juliet” is facing legal backlash from actor-filmmaker T. Rajendar, who has sent a legal notice to the crew asking them not to use the song “Dandanakka” in their film. Even though the song is meant to be a tribute to the actor, Rajendar is unhappy with they way fans have mocked it in memes and...
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In a new series, we will be highlighting news stories each week that deal with the intersection of entertainment and law.  One of the most common songs in American culture is at the center of a legal battle that has been raging since the 1930’s: who owns the rights to “Happy Birthday”? LA based Warner/Chappell Music Inc....
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With this year’s SXSW coming to a close, some of you are wondering which films created a buzz at the festival and which failed to garner any interest. Well, we’ve compiled a list of those films that attracted some attention at this year’s festival. For the full lineup, click here. And the following is our...
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Greetings to all of our readers and clients out there! We hope that you have been doing well and have been living life to its fullest! For the creatives, we hope that you’ve been moving and working with a lot of inspiration, and have been overflowing with ideas that you’ve been able to somewhat capture...
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