In this Episode:
- Ethics and the non-practicing attorney… a long tail
- Zorro draws its sword against M&M candies
- “Free Scooter!” cries Justin Bieber.
- Dramatic vs. Non-Dramatic rights in musical works
- Ride-along producer : Ride-along defendant?
- Bryant v. Media Right, Orchard
- Arista v. Lime Group
- Hot News Misappropriation
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Due to an unexpected “error between keyboard and chair“, the recording of Episode 7 cannot be published. For those interested, however, the show notes for what would have been our December 2009 episode are here.
Entertainment Law Update podcast episode 7
First, a word about Google Scholar http://scholar.google.com This service from google offers a wealth of legal research tools for folks interested in the law. Case law from state and federal courts is online, and a rudimentary “how it’s cited” feature gives a good sense of whether a case is ‘good law’. Not a substitute for ‘True’ legal research tools, but a great starting point, if you don’t want to incur charges. I use it to get started on things for clients, and in preparing for this podcast. SCHOLAR.GOOGLE.COM
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