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Dark Horses, Study Guides & Supertitles

Gordon P. Firemark

The Latest episode of my Entertainment Law podcast, Entertainment Law Update, is now available for your enjoyment. Listen here, or subscribe and download in your favorite podcast listening app. Show notes are located at www.entertainmentlawupdate.com/112. Here's what we talked about. KATY PERRY LOSES DARK HORSE CASE . Gigi Hadid beats Instagram copyright lawsuit . Narkiewicz-Laine v. Doyle (Stored Artwork destroyed by landlord) . KAUFFMAN V.

@musictechpolicy Podcast: Eight Mile Style Sues Spotify Under Music Modernization Act

Music Technology Policy

Chris Castle discussion of Eight Mile Style lawsuit against Spotify under Music Modernization Act (driving with dogs series). Eight Mile Style v. Spotify Complaint. MTP Podcasts Music Modernization Act Uncategorized Eight Mile Style litigation Reachback Safe Harbor

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Goldman on The U.K. Online Harms White Paper and the Internet's Cable-ized Future @santaclaralaw @ericgoldman

Media Law Prof Blog

Eric Goldman, Santa Clara University School of Law, is publishing The U.K. Online Harms White Paper and the Internet’s Cable-ized Future in the Ohio State Tech L.J. Here is the abstract. In April 2019, the U.K. released a white paper

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Utah Supreme Court Votes to Approve Pilot Allowing Non-Traditional Legal Services

Media Law

The Utah Supreme Court voted unanimously yesterday to approve the recommendations of a work group that called for “profoundly reimagining the way legal services are regulated in order to harness the power of entrepreneurship, capital, and machine learning in the legal arena.”.

Trump administration changing citizenship rules for some children of US.

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

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The Time to Hesitate is Through: Amazon’s Thievery Requires Decisive Action

Music Technology Policy

Emmanuel Legrand reports in his excellent newsletter that: Music industry trade group the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has asked the US government for tougher measures against infringers, in particular in the online marketplace.

Can Public Officials Block Critics on Their Social Media Accounts?

Media Law Prof Blog

First Amendment Watch surveys the legal landscape: Can Elected Officials Block Critics On Their Social Media Pages? Some cases of interest: Knight First Amendment Institute v. Trump The Bonnen lawsuit (Texas) Davison v. Loudoun County Board of Supervisors More discussion

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EPA's rollback of methane regulation is bad for the climate — and energy companies

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"On december 19 of last year, Admiral Michael Mullen, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, met James Mattis for lunch at the Pentagon.

Artist Glossary of Industry Terms: Re-Recording Restrictions

Music Technology Policy

If you’ve been following the Taylor Swift situation with her former label, you’ve probably seen the unsurprising news that Taylor plans to re-record some or all of her prior catalog. This raises the issue of the customary “re-recording restriction” and “re-producing restriction” found in artist and producer agreements respectively.

Abraham and White on First Amendment Imperialism and the Constitutionalization of Tort Liability @UVALaw

Media Law Prof Blog

Kenneth S. Abraham and G. Edward White, both of the University of Virginia School of Law, are publishing First Amendment Imperialism and the Constitutionalization of Tort Liability in the Texas Law Review. Here is the abstract. To what extent does

Utah Task Force Calls for ‘Profoundly Reimagining the Way Legal Services Are Regulated’

Media Law

Faced with an ever-widening gap in access to legal services, a Utah task force has called for “profoundly reimagining the way legal services are regulated in order to harness the power of entrepreneurship, capital, and machine learning in the legal arena.”

The Trump Administration Is Now Deporting Kids With Cancer | Vanity Fair ?? ?? ??

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

The Trump Administration Is Now Deporting Kids With Cancer | Vanity Fair

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Ninth Circuit Releases Another Important CDA Section 230 Opinion With Broad Application – Automated Content Recommendation and Notification Tools Do Not Make Social Site the Developer of User Posts

New Media and Technology Law

In the swirl of scrutiny surrounding the big Silicon Valley tech companies and with some in Congress declaiming that Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) should be curtailed , 2019 has quietly been an important year for CDA jurisprudence with a number of opinions enunciating robust immunity under CDA Section 230.

Betus, Kearns, and Lemieux on "Terrorism" or "Mental Illness"?: Factors That Impact How Media Label Terrorist Attacks @AllisonBetus @KearnsErinM @aflemieux

Media Law Prof Blog

Allison Betus, Georgia State University, Erin Kearns, University of Alabama, and Anthony Lemieux, Georgia State University, Global Studies Institute, have published 'Terrorism' or 'Mental Illness'?: Factors that Impact How Media Label Terrorist Attacks. Here is the abstract. Why do media

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For the 50th LawNext, We Talk Podcasting with Legal Talk Network’s Adam Camras and Laurence Colletti

Media Law

It’s our 50th episode of LawNext, so we could think of no more appropriate topic than the state of podcasting in the legal industry. And we could think of no two guests better suited to the topic than Adam Camras , CEO of the Legal Talk Network , and Laurence Colletti , its executive producer. Camras is a longtime entrepreneur in the legal industry whose company Lawgical acquired the Legal Talk Network in 2013.

Trump campaign attacks AOC, Democrats: 'This is our country, not theirs'. Trump has clearly defined himself as our enemy. We must treat him as such.

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Trump campaign attacks AOC, Democrats: 'This is our country, not theirs

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Menell, Balganesh, and Nimmer on Mashups and Fair Use: The Bold Misadventures of the Seussian Starship Enterprise @BerkeleyLawBCLT

Media Law Prof Blog

Peter S. Menell, UC Berkeley School of Law, Shyamkrishna Balganesh, University of Pennsylvania Law School, and David Nimmer, Irell & Manell, LLP, have published Mashups and Fair Use: The Bold Misadventures of the Seussian Starship Enterprise. Here is the abstract

Friday Roundup: Post-ILTACON Legal Tech Awards Edition

Media Law

Two sets of legal technology awards were announced during the recent ILTACON, the annual conference of the International Legal Technology Association — ILTA’s own Distinguished Peer Awards and The Changing Lawyer Awards sponsored by Litera Microsystems. Distinguished Peer Awards.

‘Take the land’: President Trump wants a border wall. He wants it black. And he wants it by Election Day.

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Opinion | Mazel Tov, Trump. You’ve Revived the Jewish Left. - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

By Michelle Goldberg nytimes.com ‘Only one political party is quite literally inciting white nationalists to shoot up our synagogues.’ Opinion Columnist Jewish groups protesting immigrant detention policies in Los Angeles this month. On Aug.

Opinion | Defenders of a Racist President Use Jews as Human Shields - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Trump’s bigoted attack on four congresswomen of color has nothing to do with fighting anti-Semitism. Opinion Columnist Sebastian Gorka at the White House last week.

Hong Kong Officer Fires Shot, and Police Use Water Cannons at Protest - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

By Raymond Zhong Austin Ramzy nytimes.com Police officers aimed guns at protestors in the Tsuen Wan district of Hong Kong on Sunday. The confrontations followed a peaceful march by more than 10,000 people.

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The unraveling of a Presidency

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

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The US won't vaccinate migrant children against flu at border camps

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

" The U.S. won't be vaccinating migrant families in holding centers ahead of this year's flu season, despite calls from doctors to boost efforts to fight the infection that's killed at least three children at detention facilities in the past year. "In

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Rashida Tlaib on Trump v the Squad: 'He's scared of us' | US news | The Guardian

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

" In the days after Donald Trump derailed Rashida Tlaib’s plans to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories , the president taunted and repeatedly attacked the Michigan Democrat, calling her obnoxious, violent and crazy.

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The U.S. Deported a Million of Its Own Citizens to Mexico During the Great Depression - HISTORY

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

“Up to 1.8 million people of Mexican descent—most of them American-born—were rounded up in informal raids and deported in an effort to reserve jobs for white people. In the 1930s, the Los Angeles Welfare Department decided to start deporting hospital patients of Mexican descent.

History's Biggest Mass Deportations and What the Consequences Were

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"The looming threat of Trump deportations are a worry for many inhabitants of the United States in 2017. The Orange President vowed to deport two to three million undocumented immigrants within the first few days of being elected.

In Hong Kong Protest, Tear Gas and Violence Return After Period of Calm - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

" "HONG KONG — Violence returned to the streets of Hong Kon Chin Chia g on Saturday, as the police fired tear gas at protesters and demonstrators threw stones and gasoline bombs at officers, signaling the end of a period of relative calm in the city.

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Opinion | Four People of Color Were Freed From Death Row. Republicans Put Them Back. - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

" The North Carolina Supreme Court will hear a case next week that’s a matter of life or death for some inmates. The editorial board represents the opinions of the board, its editor and the publisher. It is separate from the newsroom and the Op-Ed section.

Opinion | Japan, South Korea and a Rupture on the Pacific Rim - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"The United States could help resolve the rift between two critical allies. But it has shown little interest. The editorial board represents the opinions of the board, its editor and the publisher. It is separate from the newsroom and the Op-Ed section.

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Opinion | A Lust for Punishment - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"President Trump continues to inflict pain on minorities in this country because it supports the white supremacist patriarchy.

Chris Hayes examines the ubiquity of anti-semitism in America

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Chris Hayes examines the ubiquity of anti-semitism in America

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U.S. Ends Protection for Migrants Receiving Medical Care | Time

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Ends Protection for Migrants Receiving Medical Care | Time

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U.S. Ends Protection for Migrants Receiving Medical Care | Time

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Ends Protection for Migrants Receiving Medical Care | Time

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The US won't vaccinate migrant children against flu at border camps

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

" The U.S. won't be vaccinating migrant families in holding centers ahead of this year's flu season, despite calls from doctors to boost efforts to fight the infection that's killed at least three children at detention facilities in the past year. "In

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