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What Does an FCC Designation for Hearing Mean?

Broadcast Law Blog

In light of yesterday’s announcement that the FCC Chairman has proposed that portions of the acquisition by Sinclair Broadcast Group of the television stations owned by Tribune Media would be designated for hearing , one question that many have asked is, “What does designation for hearing mean?” A designation for hearing is done through an FCC order called a Hearing Designation Order.

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Debuting Tomorrow: A Keyboard Designed Just for Lawyers

Media Law

The lawyer and founder of Pro-Boards LLC was explaining why he has developed the LegalBoard, a computer keyboard designed specifically for lawyers, which he will formally introduce tomorrow at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The post Debuting Tomorrow: A Keyboard Designed Just for Lawyers appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. Brian Potts had me at the section symbol.

Law Students At BYU, Arizona, Team Up To Reduce Evictions Through Design Thinking

Media Law

Law students at BYU Law School’s year-old LawX Legal Design Lab and the University of Arizona James E. Both the LawX and Innovation for Justice programs offer classes focused on improving access to justice through the application of design thinking, systems thinking, technology and interdisciplinary collaboration.

Now Comes Another Keyboard Designed Just for Lawyers

Media Law

Earlier this year, I wrote about the LegalBoard, a computer keyboard designed specifically for lawyers. The post Now Comes Another Keyboard Designed Just for Lawyers appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. Little did I know what that post would provoke. As I later wrote on Above the Law, never in my 14 years of blogging had I seen the legal world react to a new product as it did to the […].

Designated Driver

The Legal Satyricon

Then the story gets awesome: She claimed to have had nothing to drink and said she was the designated driver, even though no one else was in [.]. Jennifer Lee De Roberto got pulled over in Lee County, Flori-duh for some reason or another. The police smelled alcohol, but she denied having anything to drink.

Website Design Implicated in Two Rulings on Enforceability of Online Terms – Highlights the Importance of Legal Review of Design Decisions

New Media and Technology Law

However, even the enforceability of clickthrough agreements is going to depend, in part, on how the user experience leading to the “agreement” is designed. This past summer, we wrote about two instances in which courts refused to enforce website terms presented in browsewrap agreements.

Blistering U.N. Report: Trump Administration’s Policies Designed to Wors.

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Bygrave on Data Protection By Design and By Default: Deciphering the EU's Legislative Requirements

Media Law Prof Blog

Bygrave, University of Oslo, is publishing Data Protection by Design and by Default: Deciphering the EU's Legislative Requirements in volume 4 of the Oslo Law Review (2017). Lee A.

News from #Legalweek17: New Lexis for Microsoft Office Is Natively Designed for Office 365

Media Law

At Legaltech in New York today, LexisNexis is unveiling a new cloud-based version of Lexis for Microsoft Office that is natively designed to work with Microsoft Office 365. The post News from #Legalweek17: New Lexis for Microsoft Office Is Natively Designed for Office 365 appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites.

Katy Perry's "Left Shark" Design Rejected By Trademark Examiner

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

She has better luck with the phrase "Left Shark." read more. THR, Esq. Music Television Music THR Online

Digital Product Designer FoundationLab Acquires Toronto’s Functional Imperative

Media Law

FoundationLab, a Boston-based digital product design studio whose clients include a number of law firms and legal tech start-ups, has acquired Functional Imperative, an application development company in Toronto, Canada, that also has several legal clients, including the Canadian Legal Information Institute, the law firm Fasken Martineau, and the Federation of Law Societies of Canada. […].

Protecting American Designs

Media Law Prof Blog

Janis, Indiana University Maurer School of Law, have published The Origins of American Design Protection as Indiana Legal Studies Research Jason J. Du Mont, Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property & Competition Law; Chicago-Kent College of Law, and Mark D.

Reminder: Electronic Registration of Designated Agent for DMCA Safe-Harbor Take-Down Notices Due at Copyright Office by December 31

Broadcast Law Blog

The Copyright Office yesterday issued a reminder, here , that their electronic system for “ designated agents ” of Internet service providers – those who are to receive notice of any claimed infringing content posted on a service provider’s site – is active and all services must register in that system by December 31 for such registrations to remain valid.

Former CuroLegal Partner Nicole Bradick Forms Legal Tech Design and Development Firm

Media Law

Nicole Bradick, a veteran legal technology innovator and entrepreneur, today announced the launch of her new firm, Theory and Principle, focusing on legal technology design and development. The post Former CuroLegal Partner Nicole Bradick Forms Legal Tech Design and Development Firm appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites.

Katy Perry Left Shark Design Rejected By Trademark Examiner

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

She has better luck on the phrase "Left Shark." read more. THR, Esq. Music Television Music THR Online

Google’s Design Defect of Moral Hazard

Music Technology Policy

In the law of products liability , a design defect exists when a defect is inherent in the design of the product itself. “Design Defect”, Cornell University Legal Information Institute. In the instant case, the defect is certain harmful aspects of the design of the Google search algorithm. Hypothetical Alternative Design. Safer Alternative Design. Economically Feasible as the Original Design [or cheaper].

Browsewrap Agreement Held Unenforceable – Website Designers Take Note!

New Media and Technology Law

In this case, the most recent example of a court’s specific analysis of website design, a court suggests that what has become a fairly standard approach to browsewrap presentment fails to achieve the intended purpose. . The court performed a detailed review of the website design to determine whether the plaintiff gained constructive knowledge of the website terms based upon, among other considerations, the placement of the link to the terms.

What Goes Into Designing A Practice Management Platform? My Interview With MyCase’s VP of Product

Media Law

The post What Goes Into Designing A Practice Management Platform? For lawyers, it is an abundance of riches when it comes to sdfelecting a practice management application. But what separates one product from another? And how does a company decide which features to build and how to prioritize them? In the latest episode of the podcast Law Technology Now, I interview Tracy Stevens, vice president […].

Law School’s Design Lab Will Develop Apps and Other Solutions to A2J Crisis

Media Law

Gordon Smith This fall, BYU Law School in Provo, Utah, will launch an innovative design lab, called LawX, in which second- and third-year law students will step into the role of entrepreneur to design apps and other solutions to help address Utah’s critical gap in access to legal services Six-to-eight law students […]. The post Law School’s Design Lab Will Develop Apps and Other Solutions to A2J Crisis appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites.

#LiarIcChief Out of control? Or is Trump's tweeting designed to distract? | US news | The Guardian

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Or is Trump's tweeting designed to distract? | Out of control? US news | The Guardian

Supreme Court Uses Imagination in Ruling Cheerleader Uniform Designs Can Be Copyrighted

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

At least one justice can't conceive of stripes, chevrons and color blocks as being anything but useful. read more. THR, Esq. Business Style Business THR Online

Frito Lay Lost Chip Design Trademark and Patent Infringement Case

Current Trends

was unsuccessful in their claim that Ralcorp Holdings’ snack chip infringed the “Scoops” design trademark or patent for the process of making a formed snack chip. Plano, Texas based Frito Lay, Inc.

Producer of 1980s BMX Movie 'Rad' Sues Vans Shoes For Infringing Designs

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Schwartzman Pictures alleges the iconic skate shoe manufacturer never licensed the film's logo. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Movies Culture Business THR Online

[Sponsored] Finally, an All-in-One Practice Management Tool Designed Specifically for Lawyers

Media Law

The post [Sponsored] Finally, an All-in-One Practice Management Tool Designed Specifically for Lawyers appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. In the practice of law, time is money. Ask any lawyer what he or she looks for most in legal technology, and the answer will immediately be efficiency. Having everything you need in one place, without having to switch platforms, is not simply a convenience, it’s a necessity. That’s why practice management tools were invented. […].

Drake Claims An Owl Design Is Not Protected by Copyright

Current Trends

Recording artist Drake was sued for copyright infringement for replicating a 3-dimensional “owl design” necklace. Even if Drake specially ordered the Owl Necklace, if there was no written document assigning the copyright from the jewelry designer that created the design to Drake, the jewelry designer is in fact the copyright owner. According to the lawsuit filed in August 2013, the artist that created the design is an employee of Baden Baden, Inc.

Echoes of the Sumptuary Impulse: Considering the Threads of Social Identity, Economic Protectionism, and Public Morality in the Proposed Design Piracy Prohibition Act

JetLawBlog

A better understanding of the primary objectives embodied in earlier sumptuary codes can shed important historical light and guidance on issues being discussed in current policy-making arenas, such as the proposed Design Piracy Prohibition Act (DPPA).

Copyright Office Announces Rules for New Electronic Filing System for Service Provider’s Designated Agents for Take-Down Notices Under Section 512 Safe Harbor for User-Generated Content

Broadcast Law Blog

The safe harbor requires, among other things, that the service provider not encourage the posting of infringing content on the site, but also that it take-down infringing material found on the site, and that it provide a “ Designated Agent” for service of “take-down notices” – requests from copyright holders that infringing material be taken down from the site. The registration, of course, must to identify the Designated Agent.

Interior Designers and the First Amendment

Media Law Prof Blog

Petitioners are challenging a Florida law that requires interior designers practicing in non-residential, commercial settings to be licensed. From the National Law Journal: an opinion piece on the upcoming case before the Supreme Court, Locke v. Shore. Few other states

Copyright Office New Electronic Registration for Designated Agents for Take Down Notices Goes Live – and The Office Asks for More Comments on Assessing The Section 512 Safe Harbor for User-Generated Content

Broadcast Law Blog

The Copyright Office’s new system for registering designated agents for the service of take-down notices when it is believed that user-generated content infringes on intellectual property rights has now gone live. Intellectual Property Internet Video Music Rights On Line Media Website Issues Copyright office designated agent for take down notice Digital Millennium Copyright Act DMCA safe harbor Section 512 copyright act user generated content

NBCU, Syfy Sued Over Skull Design in 'Dream Machines'

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Another cable reality show is hit with a claim from an artist over alleged copyright infringement. read more

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NBCU, Syfy Sued Over Skull Design in 'Dream Machines'

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Another cable reality show hit with a claim from an artist over alleged copyright infringement. read more. THR, Esq. Television Television Tech Business NBCUniversal SyFy Reality TV

For Third Birthday, Clio Unveils New Features, Cleaner Design

Media Law

Today, to mark the occasion, it announced new features and unveiled a cleaner design. Needless to say, this is the trend among a number of sites — from WestlawNext to Lexis Advance — and emulates the simple design of Google.

Designer Anand Jon Alexander Awaits Sentencing

Media Law Prof Blog

Designer Anand Jon Alexander, convicted of forcible rape last year, could receive up to life in prison for his crimes. He was found guilty of enticing young women to Los Angeles under the pretext of hiring them as models, then

'SpongeBob' Designer Targeted In Class Action Over Art Reproductions (Exclusive)

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Eriq Gardner Lawsuit against celebrity artist raises eternal question, "What is the meaning of authenticity?" read more. THR, Esq. Style Television Style

Designer John Galliano Fired Over Anti-Semitic Remarks

Media Law Prof Blog

Designer John Galliano, already in trouble over an assault in Paris earlier this week, has now been fired from his post at Christian Dior over remarks he made to some young women outside a Paris cafe in December. The exchange

Video game designer-turned-space traveler awarded $28 million by jury

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

By Eriq Gardner Famed video game designer Richard Garriot has just taken one hell of a trip. Two years ago, the man behind blockbuster role-playing games Ultima and Tabula Rasa spent $30 million of his own money to be a.

The Best UK Pop-Ups of 2017

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Arts, Culture & Entertainment Content / Production December Design Event Planning Event Trends Festival Food & Drink Leadership / Management Marketing Operations / Logistics Owner Promoter Brand activations Brand events experiential events Pop-up event Pop-Ups

Springer Verlag Reconsidering Publication of Book Promoting Intelligent Design

Media Law Prof Blog

The Scientist is reporting that controversy has sprouted over a possible title from the well-known publisher Springer. Biological Information: New Perspectives is supposed "present 'new perspectives regarding the nature and origin of biological information'. However, one of its authors is

Death of Rock Music Photographer Leads to Copyright Lawsuit Against Fashion Designer

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Eriq Gardner Jim Marshall, whose photographs of musicians became famous, died the night he was scheduled to attend a fashion boutique in SoHo, New York. Here's the strange story of what happened next. read more. THR, Esq. Music Music Style