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Rights
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 Wednesday Everyone! Kim Kardashian’s ASSets may have broken the Internet, but this doesn’t mean she can break consumer protection laws! Have you noticed the frequent Instagram uploads of perfectly placed products being featured in Selfies becoming a growing trend across the Kardashian sister’s pages? Well so did consumer watchdog Truth in Advertising! A letter...
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Our Lead Entertainment Attorney, David Yung Ho Kim, was commissioned by KOTRA (an organization operated by the South Korea government) to write an article on music publishing in the U.S. so that it could be added to KOTRA’s annual “Soft IP Handbook” publication and that publication came out today. If you can read Korean, feel...
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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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