Wed.Mar 21, 2012

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Appeals Court Denies Stan Lee Media's Bid For Rights to Spider-Man

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Eriq Gardner The long-running dispute rages on as the company hopes Wednesday's decision allows them to proceed with a suit against Stan Lee himself.

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Going to Techshow? There’s an App for That

Media Law

If you are attending  ABA Techshow  in Chicago next week, be sure to download the Techshow app for your mobile phone. Techshow scheduler.

Andy Warhol Foundation Seeks to Dismiss Velvet Underground Lawsuit

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Eriq Gardner In attempting to dismiss a lawsuit over the famous banana album cover, the defendant asks: Didn't this band break up 40 years ago?

Yet Another Practice Management Platform adds Document Assembly

Media Law

I’m sensing a trend here. In January, I wrote here that the Web-based practice management application Rocket Matter had added document assembly. Less than a week later, I posted here that Clio had announced its addition of a document assembly feature. Then I learned that HoudiniEsq had already offered document assembly for at least a year.

WGA Fights Over Movie Rights to 'Hogan's Heroes'

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

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This is What Monopoly Looks Like: How Google Exerts Control Over Blogger Accounts

Music Technology Policy

512--if Google has a choice between removing the infringing material and not, they will choose not, at least until there is a final, nonappealable judgement on a file by file, link by link basis.]   (If we did not do so, we would be subject to a claim of copyright infringement, regardless of its merits.

Supreme Court Expands Rights of Accused in Plea Bargains -

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

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Will the FAA remove head from ass on electronics?

The Legal Satyricon

Doubtful, but this post gives us a glimmer of hope — and some explanation as to why it hasn’t done so thus far. Filed under: flunkies. flunkies