Episode 52 – The Aereo ruling by the US Supreme Court


A look at the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in ABC v. Aereo

Today, the US Supreme Court ruled that the online TV antenna provider, Aereo does, in fact, infringe upon broadcasters’ copyrights when it allows subscribers to watch broadcast TV signals via the internet.  Gordon and Tamera discuss the case briefly.

Here’s the Court’s Opinion

Here’s the analysis from ScotusBlog

NPR Report

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Episode 51- Smokey, Sherlock, and Games galore


Update on Smokey Robinson – declaratory judgment action

Smokey Robinson Complaint for Declaratory Relief
Claudette Robinson Counter Claim

 See Rodrigue v. Rodrigue, 218 F.3d 432 (5th Cir. 2000).  For a good summary of Rodrigue and Marriage of Worth, see Berry v. Berry, 127 Haw. 243 (2012) from Hawaii.

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