...inmates at prisons to learn the skill, as well as NBA star ...
...quot; The superstar says that before he was in the NBA, basketball skills aside, he knew he had to learn the skill to...
A proprietary news story seems to be at odds with our information-dense society, but the New York "hot news" tort survives, providing a separate right of action for the unauthorized commercial use of
In a decision that could have broad implications for news aggregation services, the 2nd Circuit ruled that financial news service Theflyonthewall.com can report on securities brokerages' stock recomm
Although the growth and popular use of social media introduces factors for consideration in numerous aspects of litigation strategy, Michael C. Lynch and Lystra Batchoo, of Kelley Drye & Warren, focu
Twitter is turning 5 -- Monday is the fifth anniversary of the very first tweet. Makes me realize just how fast time moves. My father, an avid birdwatcher, would probably voice his disapproval that t
The right to use the image of an athlete or other public figure, and the accompanying value of that image, is considered part of the "right of publicity." Can college athletes, whose representation m
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The "hot news" tort was successfully applied to content aggregator Flyonthewall.com under the New York common law of misappropriation, acknowledged attorney Stephen M. Kramarsky, but the tort is out
...a tweet by Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, that criticized NBA referees. Cuban then posed the question on his blog of whether copyright...
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