The German Federal Supreme Court handed down a decision concerning a dentist playing background music from broadcasting stations in the waiting area of his practice (I ZR 14/14).
This article is the third in a five-part series discussing the restitution, repatriation, and return of cultural objects.
On June 22, 2015, the Southern District of Florida held that artists have no public performance rights in their pre-1972 sound recordings under Florida law, in contrast to decisions from California and New York in related litigation.
This week, after a string of wins, two members of the classic rock group the Turtles suffered a setback in their lawsuit against satellite radio provider, SiriusXM (Flo & Eddie Inc. v. Sirius XM Radio Inc.).
On June 30, 2015, the world will once again experience a “leap second,” where one second is added to the clock.
Hispanics are the largest and youngest minority group in the United States, and you can bet that major advertisers want to reach them.
We just read one of our favorite NAD decisions ever. And it just so happened to involve one of our favorite recent ad campaigns.
Smaller broadband providers now have an opportunity to convince the FCC to maintain the small provider exemption from the new “enhanced” transparency (disclosure) requirements of the 2015 Open Internet Order.
Culture is more accessible than ever thanks to the web. But paychecks are a bit less so.