Moscon and Hilty on Digital Markets, Rules of Conduct and Liability of Online Intermediaries--Analysis of Two Case Studies @maxplancklaw @GCFrosio

Media Law Prof Blog

Valentina Moscon and Reto Hilty, both of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition, University of Trento Faculty of Law, are publishing Digital Markets, Rules of Conduct and Liability of Online Intermediaries—Analysis of Two Case Studies: Unfair Commercial Practices

Media Coverage of High Profile Stories: A Case Study

Media Law Prof Blog

Moreham, Victoria University of Wellington Faculty of Law, is publishing Grief Journalism, Physical Intrusion, and Loss: The Pike River Coal Mine Disaster in Comparative Defamation and Privacy (Andrew T. Kenyon, ed.; Cambridge University Press, forthcoming). Here is the

A Case Study Of Documentary Filmmakers and Their Attitudes Toward Copyright Practices

Media Law Prof Blog

This study, based on a Patricia Aufderheide, American University School of Communication and Aram Sinnreich, American University, have published Documentarians, Fair Use and Free Expression: Changes in Copyright Attitudes and Actions with Access to Best Practices. Here is the abstract.

What Entertainment Lawyers Charge Their Clients: A Case Study Featuring DJ Mustard

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Five percent or ten percent? read more. THR, Esq. The Business Music Business THR Online

@amassembly Astroturf “Study” a Case Study for How Google Launders Money

Music Technology Policy

If you read the Notice and Takedown in Everyday Practice “study” that was at the center of the controversy over the attack on the Copyright Office comment page on regulations.gov, you’ll greatly appreciate the irony in this clear and concise acknowledgement (at p.

Penney on Internet Suveillance, Regulation, and Chilling Effects Online: A Comparative Case Study @jon_penney

Media Law Prof Blog

Jon Penney, University of Oxford, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Toronto Citizen Lab, Harvard University Berkman Klein Center for internet & Society, Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law, is publishing Internet Surveillance, Regulation, and Chilling Effects Online: A Comparative Case.

How to Con Black Law Students: A Case Study - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

How to Con Black Law Students: A Case Study - The New York Times"Bethune-Cookman doesn’t have a law school, so it makes sense that it would want to partner with an accredited institution.

Usher Gets Good News in Songwriting Dispute (Led Zeppelin Too?)

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

A case study in how not to be an entertainment lawyer. read more. Music THR Online THR, Esq

Pedrioli on Whether Incitement Is Easier To Punish on the Internet Than It Is On Television

Media Law Prof Blog

A Case Study of the Koran-Burning of Florida Pastor Terry Jones at Free Speech, Privacy and Media: Comparative Perspectives 49 (Russell Carlo Pedrioli, Liverpool Hope University, has published Is Incitement on the Internet Easier to Punish than Incitement on Television?

How DLA Piper Moved Over 3,000 Staff to Working from Home in 36 Hours

Media Law

The latest example of this comes from a case study published today by the workflow technology company BigHand about the global law firm DLA Piper. Last month, I wrote about another BigHand case study involving the law firm Baker Donelson.

Featured Resource: Preparing for the LIBOR Phase Out

Media Law

Each week, we’re highlighting one of the resources from our recently launched LawSites Resource Center , a library of downloadable content such as ebooks, white papers, case studies and more from experts and vendors in the legal industry.

Featured Resource: Future-Proofing Corporate Data Privacy – Budgeting and Solutions to Address

Media Law

Each week, we’re highlighting one of the resources from our recently launched LawSites Resource Center , a library of downloadable content such as ebooks, white papers, case studies and more from experts and vendors in the legal industry.

Implementing Net Neutrality Across Legal Regimes

Media Law Prof Blog

Christopher Marsden, University of Sussex Law School, has published Comparative Case Studies in Implementing Net Neutrality: A Critical Analysis.

Featured Resource: How Top Lawyers are Winning Cases in Today’s Competitive Environment

Media Law

Each week, we’re highlighting one of the resources from our recently launched LawSites Resource Center , a library of downloadable content such as ebooks, white papers, case studies and more from experts and vendors in the legal industry.

Featured Resource: E-Book On Ensuring Your Accounting House Is In Order

Media Law

Each week, we’re highlighting one of the resources from our recently launched LawSites Resource Center , a library of downloadable content such as ebooks, white papers, case studies and more from experts and vendors in the legal industry.

Featured Resource: Part of an In-House Legal Team That’s Currently Working Remotely? Here’s How to Manage your Matters

Media Law

Each week, we’re highlighting one of the resources from our recently launched LawSites Resource Center , a library of downloadable content such as ebooks, white papers, case studies and more from experts and vendors in the legal industry.

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Featured Resource: The Rocket Guide to Working Remotely As A Lawyer

Media Law

Each week, we’re highlighting one of the resources from our recently launched LawSites Resource Center , a library of downloadable content such as ebooks, white papers, case studies and more from experts and vendors in the legal industry.

Valuing Public Domain Photographs and Their Use On Wikipedia

Media Law Prof Blog

Heald, University of Illinois College of Law, and Kris Erikson and Martin Kretschmer, University of Glasgow, have published The Valuation of Unprotected Works: A Case Study of Public Domain Photographs on Wikipedia. Paul J. Here is the abstract. What is

Prosecuting Politicians For Hate Speech in Finland

Media Law Prof Blog

This article uses one case study to explore the Heli Askola, Monash University Faculty of Law, is publishing `Taking the Bait? Lessons from a ‘Hate Speech'' Prosecution, in the Canadian Journal of Law and Society (2014). Here is the abstract.

Featured Resource: Ultimate Guide to Corporate Legal Case Management Software

Media Law

I noted last week the launch of the LawSites Resource Center , a library of downloadable content such as ebooks, white papers, case studies and more from experts and vendors in the legal industry. Topics covered: How legal case management software can help you and your department.

Internet Speech and Advocacy

Media Law Prof Blog

Juan Carlos Upegui Mejia, Universidad Externado de Colombia, has published Freedom of Expression, Social Networks and Criminal Law - The Case Study of Nicolás Castro (Libertad De Expresión, Redes Sociales Y Derecho Penal - Estudio Del Caso Nicolás Castro) in

Free Speech and Genocide Denial Under Rwanda's Laws

Media Law Prof Blog

A Case Study of the Application of Rwanda''s Genocide Denial Laws in volume 12 of the Northwestern University Journal of International Human Rights (2014). Nani Jansen, Media Legal Defence Initiative, has published Denying Genocide or Denying Free Speech? Here is

MTP Podcast: Spotify’s Direct Public Offering

Music Technology Policy

Spotify Case Study: Structuring and Executing a Direct Listing . Chris Castle explains Spotify’s direct public offering (compared to a traditional IPO) and commentary on how the stock is performing (NOT investment advice).

Featured Resource: The Complete Guide to E-Discovery Preservation, 2nd Edition

Media Law

Each week, we’re highlighting one of the resources from our recently launched LawSites Resource Center , a library of downloadable content such as ebooks, white papers, case studies and more from experts and vendors in the legal industry.

Introducing the LawSites Resource Center: A Library of Downloadable Resources

Media Law

The Resource Center is a library of free downloadable content that will include white papers, webinars, product guides, case studies, industry analysis and more, all provided by experts and vendors within the legal industry.

As if it weren’t hard enough: @TheFOWShow Covers the Direct Shot Supply Chain Debacle

Music Technology Policy

I think the Waterloo story should be a Harvard Business School case study, frankly.). If you are lucky enough to have an independent record store in your community today (mine is the fabulous Waterloo Records) , you may not realize just how lucky you really are. For an independent record store to have survived the last 20 years is something of a modern miracle. (I

In Win for Litera, Major European Bank Adopts Litera Transact To Manage Deals

Media Law

Litera has published a case study that provides details on the firm’s adoption and use of the platform and its introduction to Nordea.

New Legal Guide to Newsgathering in Mass.

Media Law

In addition to describing the applicable law, it includes several case studies that illustrate how the law was applied to actual events.

Dentons Adopts Litera Transact for Managing Major U.S. Real Estate Transactions

Media Law

“Litera Transact helps us cut the administrative tasks of sending emails and updating checklists, which in turn helps our clients save money,” Chuqin Xing Anderson, managing associate in Dentons’ real estate practice, said in a case study published by the company.

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Successes in Artist and Songwriter Advocacy Show the Importance of Fighting Back

Music Technology Policy

Blake Morgan and the #irespectmusic campaign was the foremost grassroots organizing effort in the music industry and has become a case study for doing it right. “Why does Rice play Texas?” ” President John F. Kennedy, Sept. 12, 1962, Rice University.

Saturdays With Harvey

DealFatigue

Case study: LEGO movie. Last week’s Entertainment Business symposium at UCLA lacked the usual spark one feels when 500 lawyers gather together in one room. Even so, I live-tweeted a number of the highlights from the two-day event. uclaentertainmentsymposiym financing film slates are back. — Peter Kaufman (@Dealfatigue) March 8, 2014. uclaentertainmentsymposiym interesting nugget: so much money in the film investment space that studios are raising their distribution fees.

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Supreme Court Janus decision: To see its potential impact, just look at Michigan.

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

The case, Janus v. But one quick, useful case study comes to us from the state of Michigan, which implemented its own right-to-work legislation in 2013. "In a decision likely to weaken organized labor for years—if not decades—to come, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that public sector unions could no longer collect fees from workers whom they represent at the bargaining table, but who choose not to sign up as members.

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Goodnight Glassholes: Permissionless Innovation Meets 3D Reality

Music Technology Policy

The New York Times tells us that Google has now shelved Glass (“ A Retreat for Google Glass and a Case Study in the Perils of Making Hardware “). Today, Glass is more like a case study in the perils of developing hardware whose purpose isn’t clear.

A Look at Christopher Sprigman’s Recent Record

Music Technology Policy

Most recently, we have identified him as a counsel to Spotify in the “Nashville cases” brought against his firm’s client Spotify by four plaintiffs represented by well-known and successful artist rights attorney Richard Busch. Sprigman Throws a Definition at Blake Morgan.

Evisort’s New Document Analyzer Offers Out-of-the-Box AI to Mine All A Company’s Contracts

Media Law

Evisort might just be the hottest legal tech and AI company you’ve never heard of.

Pandora’s Shell Game with Royalty and Revenue

Music Technology Policy

So stop right there–what do you think the response would be if you walked into any business school in the world (and not just the good ones) and asked the first MBA you met this question: How would you like a case study of a public company that has a $2.69

Reporting from MidemNet (Cannes, Fr)

The Digital Lowdown

Jack Penate, a case study presented at MidemNet, created 100's of short videos as did Soulja Boy Tell 'Em. Today, I attended MidemNet which is the digital music conference that precedes Midem. This event attracts a wide variety of digerati, labels and music industry execs.

Thomson Unveils Global Hub for Free Legal Help

Media Law

The site also features two comprehensive libraries of news stories, legal materials, case studies and other resources. At an event today in New York City, Thomson Reuters will formally announce the launch of TrustLaw , a Web-based service that is intended to promote “the culture and practice of pro bono&# around the world.

A Further Thought on the Canadian Bar Association Submission: It now has to be true

Music Technology Policy

MTP readers will recall that Winning the Web used Geist’s efforts for case studies, particularly his efforts against copyright reform in Canada and against ACTA. The National Post story is about Geist’s role in the Canadian Bar Association submission on the very copyright reform legislation that was the subject of the Winning the Web case study, and the ensuing public relations—and some might say ethical—debacle that has ensued.

Combating Incitement to Terrorism on the Internet: Comparative Approaches in the United States and United Kingdom and the Need for an International Solution

JetLawBlog

This Note compares the measures taken by the United States and the United Kingdom in combating terrorist use of the Internet for purposes of incitement, explains why such measures have been limited in effect, and extends lessons learned from these case studies to the international framework.

The Return of The Man 2.0: Why are artists excluded from next week’s IP Subcommittee hearing?

Music Technology Policy

Copyright Office; Laura Gasaway, Professor, University of North Carolina Law School and co-chair of the Section 108 Study Group; Daniel Gervais, Director, Vanderbilt Law School Intellectual Property Program;; Pam Samuelson, Professor, University of California at Berkeley Law School. This article was published in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal which we linked to in case you’re not a subscriber for some odd reason.

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Why Telling People They Don’t Need Masks Backfired

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Unfortunately, the top-down conversation around masks has become a case study in how not to communicate with the public, especially now that the traditional gatekeepers like media and health authorities have much less control.

WikiLeaks Attacks Illegal Says Internet Society - PCWorld

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

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