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...of Internet sites," said Backpage.com's counsel, James Grant of Davis Wright Tremaine in Seattle. Assistant Attorney General Stuart Feinblatt retorted that...
A federal judge in Newark on Friday halted enforcement of a New Jersey law that makes it a crime to publish ads inviting sexual assignations with underage escorts, even if the publisher did not know
... Laura Handman, a First Amendment specialist and partner at Davis Wright Tremaine, commended Lamberth for publicly acknowledging the errors and said the court...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The NCAA Football video games do not sufficiently transform Ryan Hart's identity to escape his right-of-publicity claim
In a case of first impression, a split panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has restored a cause of action by a former college football player who says his likeness has been appro
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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