Does a copyright termination by Sonny Bono's heirs trump Cher's marital settlement agreement? Copyright and family law intersect in Cher v. Bono.
The actor, who claims he's never used cannabis in his life, objects to Solar Therapeutics' unpermitted use of both the copyrighted Borat character and his own likeness.
The judge rejects a claim that SiriusXM violated the right of publicity by broadcasting old Howard Stern shows featuring "Stuttering John" Melendez's name, voice and likeness.
In a new motion to dismiss, Sirius argues that the Copyright Act preempts right of publicity claims brought by longtime "Howard Stern Show" personality “Stuttering John" Melendez.
In a new motion to dismiss, a law firm's former client and at-will associate argue copyright preemption and remind us that they aren't firm property.
A judge rules on a motion to dismiss copyright infringement claims brought by the co-creator of "Scare Tactics" against his former business partner and the producer of "Prank Encounters," another hidden camera prank/scare show.
Many overworked or underappreciated law firm associates dream of being offered a job by a client. That dream probably doesn't include getting sued for going in-house.