The desire to prevent former bandmates from trading on past rock and roll glory is driving two similar federal trademark cases, with current members of the bands Boston, and, separately, the J. Geils
...not testify. “Ben-Gay may be considered a performance-enhancing drug.” —Albert Watkins, attorney for former baseball...
Here are some highlights of the controversies that raged on the NLJ's opinion pages during 2013
They may be beautiful and talented (it's in the eye of the beholder) but they're not immune to legal woes
Although headlines have focused on foreign cyberattacks, plenty are U.S.-based — and can be remedied
...Aereo that its transmission method does not add up to a public performance, but instead to thousands of private performances. That is &ldquo...
...that Aereo is violating its Boston station WCVB-TV’s public performance rights. Aereo contends that its users are watching private performances. ...
...retaliatory act because the EEOC determination letter contained details about his past performance reviews and an internal investigation into allegations of criminal conduct on his...
National Law Journal
The American Bar Association has censured and fined Rutgers School of Law-Camden $25,000 for admitting students who had not taken the Law School Admission Test
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