Social responsibility in the fashion industry is a hot topic.
As the second of a series of five, this blog post focuses on the first legislative proposal for European copyright reform: the proposal for a regulation on ensuring the cross-border portability of online content services in the internal market.
Hawaii AG Doug Chin is one of the latest to opine that daily fantasy sports are illegal under that state’s law.
It’s February, and we’re back to the normal cycle of FCC filings.
NCAA Settlement Could Promote Concussion Prevention and Treatment, but Leaves Member Institutions On the Hook for Future Lawsuits
On January 26, U.S. District Judge John Lee of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois granted preliminary approval of a new settlement of consolidated class action litigation involving the NCAA and former NCAA student athletes, in which the NCAA agreed to provide $70 million towards concussion research, testing and diagnosis.
Real-time payments have become an increasingly common way of life in Singapore.
“Local” No More: Radio, Cable, Satellite All Moving Their (Previously) Local Public Inspection Files to the Internet
Concluding a proceeding begun a mere 18 months ago, the Commission has extended its online public file requirement well beyond the broadcast TV industry.
Enforcement Bureau extracts half-million dollar “civil penalty” AND an extensive compliance plan commitment from Cumulus for spots which it didn’t even sell.
In the closing days of 2015 we reported on the FCC’s long-awaited decision on how it plans to deal with LPTV and TV translator stations as it works its way through the post-auction repack process.