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Small distributor triumphs over 20th century fox in court

Entertainment Law Resources Blog

June 5, 2003 In this newsletter: Mark Litwak to Lecture at University OF HAWAII jUNE 21-22 Mark Litwak will be teaching two of his most popular courses at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. In the late 1940s, 20th Century Fox was granted exclusive television rights to a book by General Dwight D. to produce a TV series based on the book. In 1975, Doubleday renewed the book's copyright.

Small distributor triumphs over 20th century fox in court

Entertainment Law Resources Blog

June 5, 2003 In this newsletter: Mark Litwak to Lecture at University OF HAWAII jUNE 21-22 Mark Litwak will be teaching two of his most popular courses at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. In the late 1940s, 20th Century Fox was granted exclusive television rights to a book by General Dwight D. to produce a TV series based on the book. In 1975, Doubleday renewed the book's copyright.

new book - The New Zealand Hobbit Crisis

Digital Media Law

My new book, The New Zealand Hobbit Crisis, is out on Amazon. After the third Lord of the Rings movie premiered in 2003, fans of the series eagerly anticipated production and release of its prequel, The Hobbit. Normal. false. false. false. in paper ( [link] amzn.to/SiHUX2)

Entertainment Law Update Podcast Episode 045

Gordon P. Firemark

That lawsuit sought to overturn the state’s ban on managers “procuring” employment, with the organization claiming the ban has cost its members more than $500 million in compensation since it was first introduced in the late 1970s. of New York filed December 8, 2003).

Homeless Military Widow: “My heart is sad for my teenager”

Digital Media Law

Nor, she tells me, has she gotten help from the VA, social service agencies, legislators, community organizations or local churches. Elwood, as I discovered via Google, had co-authored a book a decade before he died: Reflections of a Warrior : Six Years as a Green Beret in Vietnam, by Franklin D. The book was the autobiography of a Congressional Medal of Honor winner whom Elwood met while stationed in Seoul. Cindy Kureth just wants a job and a place to call home.

One Bad Apple: The Complete Checklist on Google’s “Non Anti-Piracy” Anti-Piracy Policies

Music Technology Policy

We also heard about human rights concerns, including the strange letter from some legitimate human rights organizations that seem to have simply signed a letter to the Congress that had been lifted wholesale from a talking points memo previously released by the Center for Democracy and Technology—and which ignored the substantial history of human rights protections of the human rights of artists.

One Bad Apple: The Complete Checklist on Google’s “Non Anti-Piracy” Anti-Piracy Policies

Music Technology Policy

We also heard about human rights concerns, including the strange letter from some legitimate human rights organizations that seem to have simply signed a letter to the Congress that had been lifted wholesale from a talking points memo previously released by the Center for Democracy and Technology—and which ignored the substantial history of human rights protections of the human rights of artists. Written by Chris Castle.

One Bad Apple: The Complete Checklist on Google’s “Non Anti-Piracy” Anti-Piracy Policies

Music Technology Policy

We also heard about human rights concerns, including the strange letter from some legitimate human rights organizations that seem to have simply signed a letter to the Congress that had been lifted wholesale from a talking points memo previously released by the Center for Democracy and Technology—and which ignored the substantial history of human rights protections of the human rights of artists. Written by Chris Castle.

Cite This Blog Post Today, For Tomorrow It May Be Gone

JetLawBlog

Citations that once directed readers to books and treatises—all neatly organized in the library—now direct readers to blogs, online articles, and even (gasp!) NATIONAL STRATEGY TO SECURE CYBERSPACE vii (2003) [hereinafter PCIPB], available at [link] [.].

THE COURT DISMISSES "RUGRATS" INFRINGEMENT CLAIM AND REPRIMANDS PLAINTIFF'S LAWYER FOR FAILING TO WITHDRAW

Entertainment Law Resources Blog

1316, 2003 U.S. 2003) MARK TO TEACH AT NEW YORK VOLUNTEER LAWYERS FOR THE ARTS On Nov. RISKY BUSINESS IS NOW AVAILABLE Mark's latest book "Risky Business" is now available for purchase and delivery via UPS through his website at www.marklitwak.com/store.

THE COURT DISMISSES "RUGRATS" INFRINGEMENT CLAIM AND REPRIMANDS PLAINTIFF'S LAWYER FOR FAILING TO WITHDRAW

Entertainment Law Resources Blog

1316, 2003 U.S. 2003) MARK TO TEACH AT NEW YORK VOLUNTEER LAWYERS FOR THE ARTS On Nov. RISKY BUSINESS IS NOW AVAILABLE Mark's latest book "Risky Business" is now available for purchase and delivery via UPS through his website at www.marklitwak.com/store.

What’s Up for Broadcasters in Washington Under the New Administration – A Look Ahead at TV and Radio FCC Issues for the Rest of 2017

Broadcast Law Blog

While there have been calls for even more disclosure since the Supreme Court’s Citizens United case allowed for more significant political spending on broadcast commercials by corporations and other third-party organizations, that traditionally has not been an issue that the current majority political party has wanted to tackle. FM Translator Issues : Believe it or not there are still FM translator applications left from the 2003 FM translator window that have not been disposed of.

We're Not in Watergate Anymore - New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

WHEN John Dean published his book "Worse Than Watergate" in the spring of 2004, it seemed rank hyperbole: an election-year screed and yet another attempt by a Nixon alumnus to downgrade Watergate crimes by unearthing worse "gates" thereafter. No news organization buckled like Time. The book arrived in stores just as Judy Miller was jailed, as if by divine intervention to help illuminate her case. 30, 2003, more than five months after Mr. Novak's column ran.

We're Not in Watergate Anymore - New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

WHEN John Dean published his book "Worse Than Watergate" in the spring of 2004, it seemed rank hyperbole: an election-year screed and yet another attempt by a Nixon alumnus to downgrade Watergate crimes by unearthing worse "gates" thereafter. No news organization buckled like Time. The book arrived in stores just as Judy Miller was jailed, as if by divine intervention to help illuminate her case. 30, 2003, more than five months after Mr. Novak's column ran.

Geist is Back: The Choirmaster of the Amen Chorus Complains of Orchestration

Music Technology Policy

Same name as a former Toronto 2003 mayoral candidate per the Toronto Star.) No need to bother with economy class when you’re booked first class. How is this a Canadian organization? It may come as a surprise to Michael Geist , but Toronto has been a music town for longer than he has been sucking air on the planet.

One Bad Apple: The Complete Checklist on Google’s “Non Anti-Piracy” Anti-Piracy Policies

Music Technology Policy

We also heard about human rights concerns, including the strange letter from some legitimate human rights organizations that seem to have simply signed a letter to the Congress that had been lifted wholesale from a talking points memo previously released by the Center for Democracy and Technology—and which ignored the substantial history of human rights protections of the human rights of artists. Written by Chris Castle.