Thu.Dec 05, 2019

Is your Podcast subject to COPPA?

Gordon P. Firemark

Recently, many YouTube creators have struggled with/complained loudly about the platform’s new rules for designating content directed at children. This, of course has led podcasters, too to become concerned and to wonder whether COPPA applies to them.

ALSP Startup Seeks to Disrupt the Hiring, Training and Cost of New Lawyers, While Also Increasing Diversity

Media Law

Few would argue with the proposition that law firm hiring is dysfunctional.

Exclusive: New Video Shows Border Patrol Account of Child’s Death Was No.

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Joe: This case hits the four corners of what founders wrote on impeachment

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog



Opinion | The American Health Care Industry Is Killing People - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"Yes, transitioning to a more equitable system might eliminate some jobs. But the status quo is morally untenable. Life expectancy continues to rise in other wealthy countries, but not in the United States, researchers just reported.

Opinion | What Kamala Harris’s Campaign Teaches Us - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"It is worth exploring the election system in this country and who benefits from it. Kamala Harris entered the presidential race with a bang. She announced her candidacy on Martin Luther King Day and not only raised $1.5