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This past Tuesday, Nov. 3, the Korean American Bar Association (KABA) hosted an intimate and extremely informative career panel with some of the best Korean-American legal professionals in town, including Judge Dorothy Kim (LA Superior Court judge), Lisa Kang (Deputy Alternate Public Defender), Tony Cho (Deputy District Attorney), Bryan Rhie (civil litigator at a private...
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Today we are taking the time to congratulate one of The Hollywood Lawyer’s dear friends, reality agent Andy Stabile, on his recent move to ICM Partner’s international television and media department. Stabile is a veteran in the field of unscripted television, experience that is expected to prove valuable to his new company and new boss, department head...
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One of the most high-profile music plagiarism stories of the year is making its way back into the news– the case Robin Thicke and Pharrell William’s 2013 hit “Blurred Lines” and its derivative nature (see our previous post about the “blurred lines” of derivative works). Earlier this year, Judge John Kronstadt  ruled in favor of Marvin...
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Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear signed a bill this past week that will provide incentives to bring film production to the state. House Bill 340 aims to make Kentucky more competitive in the film industry, namely by increasing tax credits for productions based in the state. First Lady Jane Beshear says that Kentucky can be an ideal place...
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(cont. from this past Thursday’s blog post – “Finding the Right Attorney, Part 3 of 4: Passion”) In my first post from this “Finding the Right Attorney” four-part series, I had laid out four distinguishing features for finding the right attorney and those were: (1) EXPERIENCE; (2) PERSONABILITY; (3) PASSION; and (4) AFFORDABILITY. We’ve covered...
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