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Entertainment Attorney
Happy Wednesday everyone! To all our millennial readers, when was the last time you actually cracked open a good ole newspaper or tuned into daily news channels to update yourselves on the latest political happenings? Do any of you even own TV’s anymore? Let’s be real, half of you mostly get updates on the political...
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In December 2015, Jared Leto filed a copyright infringement suit against TMZ after they played video footage of Leto critiquing Taylor Swift’s “1989” album and stating, “I mean, f– her. I don’t give a f– about her.” Leto claimed he owned the video because he had hired Naeem Munaf, a videographer, to shoot him in...
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Due to the overnight popularity of online music streaming, the music industry was very much in the dark on how streaming would affect its sales. With traditional music sales having always revolved around the purchase of vinyl records and CDs, no one had an idea what the impact of streaming would be.  Luckily, online music...
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Happy Film Friday folks! Film studios and trade associations are under siege in a lawsuit aiming to ban tobacco imagery in; “G,” “PG,” and “PG-13” rated films. The complainants in the suit attribute “smoking-related” deaths to the film industry. In a recent turn of events, the defendants recently filed a motion seeking to end the lawsuit with an...
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Happy Monday everyone! When was the last time you actually purchased a song or album? With the vast amount of music uploaded daily on services such as YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Music, it is not a surprise that the music industry is having a tough time with sales. Services like YouTube have licensing agreements with...
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