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Supreme Court to Hear Wal-Mart Discrimination Case - NYTimes.com

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Supreme Court to Hear Wal-Mart Discrimination Case - NYTimes.com WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear an appeal in the biggest employment discrimination case in the nation’s history, one claiming that Wal-Mart discriminated against hundreds of thousands of women in pay and promotion. Dukes, No. Graber

Tracy Morgan Sues Wal-Mart Over Deadly Crash

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Monday Morning JETLawg

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Microsoft files rare patent lawsuit against CRM software company. Sources say deleting Facebook applications will take back some user privacy.

Entertainment Law Update Episode 037 – Top Ten Stories of 2012

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The question is whether or not Wal-mart or other retailers are in “active concert or participation with Asylum”. Persian Barbie dispute.

Michael Moore Use of Clip Did Not Defame Army Veteran

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07-1365 at [link] Wal-Qaeda, Walocaust Are Not Trademark Infringements Charles Smith created certain expressions such as “Wal-Qaeda” and “Walocaust” (sometimes including a smiley face) which appeared on his websites and products he sold on cafepress.com. Further, Smith did not dilute Wal-Mart’s marks through tarnishment.

WSJ: Google Fails at Radio Ads

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I worked on a couple companies that did radio driven Internet ad sales during the First Boom and discovered that it's not a trivial exercise because it's hard for machines to duplicate the many, many variables that go into selling local and regional advertising.

Guest Post: A response to Michael Geist’s Defense of Bootleg Beatles Records by Canadian Music Publishers Association’s Executive Director, Robert Hutton

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One of Mr. Geist’s frequent arguments is that copyright restricts choice and access to Canadian Heritage by keeping creative works under the control of those big, nasty monolithic record companies. CMPA has no interest in or ability to comment on a legal action. We have no position in the matter, nor can we. Sorry, Mr. Geist. Doubt it.

WSJ: Google Fails at Radio Ads

Music Technology Policy

I worked on a couple companies that did radio driven Internet ad sales during the First Boom and discovered that it's not a trivial exercise because it's hard for machines to duplicate the many, many variables that go into selling local and regional advertising.

DOMESTIC DISTRIBUTION PART I

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The term "distributor" is so broad that it encompasses many different types of companies. Some of these companies license directly to television while others use intermediaries. filmmaker seeing such theatrical releases may perceive the company as a theatrical company when they are not. Now let's turn to domestic deals.

The [Return of] Blog L00t!

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Dustin, over at “QuizLaw”, starts us off with a “neat” little story that reaffirms my distaste for both Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Maybe it’s against company policy.” Zac's Blog L00t! Editorial and Comment by Zac “I Wish I Had a Cool Nickname” Papantoniou. With that said… on with the l00ting! The Audacity of Hope Hypocrisy”.

Fear Exceeded Crime's Reality in New Orleans - New York Times

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It turned out to be two men escaping from their flooded streets, said Farol Champlin, a paramedic with the Acadian Ambulance Company. particular target was a Wal-Mart store on Tchoupitoulas Street, bordering the city's elegant Garden District and built on the site of a housing project that had been torn down. NEW ORLEANS, Sept.

Fear Exceeded Crime's Reality in New Orleans - New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

It turned out to be two men escaping from their flooded streets, said Farol Champlin, a paramedic with the Acadian Ambulance Company. particular target was a Wal-Mart store on Tchoupitoulas Street, bordering the city's elegant Garden District and built on the site of a housing project that had been torn down. NEW ORLEANS, Sept.

The New York Times > Books > Sunday Book Review > 'The World Is Flat': The Wealth of Yet More Nations

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For a variety of reasons, what economists call ''barriers to entry'' are being destroyed; today an individual or company anywhere can collaborate or compete globally. The stock market crash made companies everywhere cut spending. That is an unparalleled opportunity for every company and individual in the world. By Thomas L.

The New York Times > Books > Sunday Book Review > 'The World Is Flat': The Wealth of Yet More Nations

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

For a variety of reasons, what economists call ''barriers to entry'' are being destroyed; today an individual or company anywhere can collaborate or compete globally. The stock market crash made companies everywhere cut spending. That is an unparalleled opportunity for every company and individual in the world. By Thomas L.

Capitol v. Jammie Thomas: Day 2 recap; sound and fury, likely signifying very little

Copyrights & Campaigns

She testified she has used that user ID for 16 years on sites including MySpace, Match.com, Wal-Mart, and Best Buy, among others, and as her user ID on her password-protected computer. Records contract administrator who testified as to her company's ownership of 3 songs. Today's session began with argument on both these motions.