When we think about lying, cheating, and stealing in the workplace, we may think it’s always bad people doing bad things. But sometimes good people lose their moral compasses because of peer pressure.
In late November 2013, a jury awarded Daniel Morel $1.2M against Agence France Presse (AFP) and Getty Images for willfully infringing photos Morel took in Haiti on January 12, 2010, immediately after the earthquake that demolished the country.
Since I’m a massive contemporary hip-hop fan (okay, not really), I felt compelled to comment on the entertaining “Coinye” controversy that recently bubbled over.
I have always viewed blogging as all together different than writing an article. Blogging is a conversation where by listening to relevant discussion you engage those in the conversation.
There have been 5 persons overboard in the past 3 weeks. There will be many more this year.
Sony/ATV-owned record label EMI has settled its way out of a copyright conundrum over the song Blurred Lines, a case that pitted their artists Marvin Gaye and Robin Thicke against each other.
Why Did a Federal Court Slash Class Counsel’s Proposed Fee Award in a Zip-Code Class Action by More Than 80 Percent?
Here’s a great formula for becoming a rich plaintiffs’-side class-action lawyer…
Net neutrality has never been a bigger news topic, especially with the D.C. Circuit striking down the FCC’s rules on the matter. But before that ruling came down, there was another big development with major net neutrality implications as AT&T unveiled its “Sponsored Data” feature. As part of that, content providers can partner with AT&T so that their data usage doesn’t count against customers’ data caps. While it could be a useful feature, open Internet advocates have voiced much criticism.