Fri.Mar 04, 2011

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Now It's War: Warner Bros. Hires Big-Time Lawyers to Handle Charlie Sheen Case (Exclusive)

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Matthew Belloni THR has learned that the studio behind "Two and a Half Men" has hired Ron Olson and John Spiegel of L.A.'s read more. THR, Esq.

New Site Provides Database of Mobile Apps for Law

Media Law

A new website provides a searchable database of mobile apps for law and lawyers, You can use it to find apps compatible with any mobile device, whether you use an iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, BlackBerry, Android or Palm PC. The site,  Mobile Apps for Law , says it includes more than 800 applications, with more being added every week. Title 7.

LimeWire to Record Industry: File-Sharing is Good for You!

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Eriq Gardner LimeWire points to documents turned over so far that indicate the benefit of file-sharing. LimeWire wants more. read more. THR, Esq. Music Music

Despite the Photo Spread, My Objectivity Remains Intact

Media Law

With regard to Smart Litigator, I had no knowledge of or involvement in the product until after it came to market. General

'Bold and the Beautiful' Hair Stylist Sues Producers for Defamation

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Eriq Gardner Poor job review leads to defamation claim read more. THR, Esq. Television Television

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Harvard Law Reviews WikiLeaks Censorship | GroundReport

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

government and media’s role in censoring WikiLeaks. working draft of the report has been made available online. The draft exposes how the U.S.

Hollywood Docket: Prince's Legal Fees; Ken Starr Sentenced; Wesley Snipes Petitions Supreme Court

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Eriq Gardner Entertainment law news this week read more. THR, Esq. The Business Business

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Beijing to Track People's Movements via Their Mobile Phones - PCWorld

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

China announced the plans in an article posted on a government website earlier this week. Not everyone sees a problem with the planned tracking system.

FCC Initiates Rule Making to Reinstate Video Description Regulations for Television Programming

Broadcast Law Blog

Yesterday, the FCC initiated a rule making proceeding to reinstate its prior video description rules with certain modifications, as required by the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010 (Act). Davis Wright Tremaine previously summarized the Act in our earlier advisory available here. Court of Appeals for the D.C.

Northwestern University proves that anti-sex whining wins the day

The Legal Satyricon

Last week, a human sexuality class at Northwestern University was followed by a non-mandatory demonstration. The professor warned everyone that it would be “explicit and graphic.&# 467 of the 567 students in the class left. Academics


Geriatric French Farmer Lightsaber Battle

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All this video needs is an “I am a motherfucker&# t-shirt. Filed under: awesomeness. awesomeness

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NO! NO!!!! NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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There may be a prequel (or a sequel) to Blade Runner. source) If anyone out there knows voodoo, please put a curse on anyone who touches this project. H/T: Craig Filed under: imbeciles. imbeciles

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