By: Scott Hervey Every practitioner should teach law school at least once. This year I am teaching Entertainment Law at the University of California at Davis. (Although flying up from and back to
Originally Published: Legal Blogs
The calamitous rollout of the Affordable Care Act's website presents a clear governance lesson for any company's board of directors
A spate of recent decisions highlights the intersection of different forms of intellectual property rights when the names, likenesses and records of athletes are approved without the athletes' consen
...strike made pursuant to California's anti-SLAPP statute. DC Comics v. Pacific Pictures Corp., 706 F.3d 1009, 1011 (9th...
...response to notices sent by the defendants-counter-claimants, the children of comic book artist Jack Kirby, purporting to terminate alleged assignments in certain of...
In his Intellectual Property Litigation column, Lewis R. Clayton, a partner at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, reviews recent decisions, including three U.S. Supreme Court patent decisions,
...An Australian court has ruled for DC Comics Inc. in rejecting a local fitness companys attempt to...
Originally Published: The Asian Lawyer
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