Last Sunday’s New York Times article by Anemona Hartocollis on the illegality of posting baby pictures in a doctor’s office made me wonder if anyone I know could pick my kids’ faces out of a line up of cute newborn photos posted on the wall of a doctor’s office.
As a lawyer who works with tech companies, startups, small businesses, and entrepreneurs, I do my best to keep my finger on the pulse of the startup and tech scene in my local community.
Riding Films, Inc. claims to own a copyright in the movie “Dawn Ride.” Riding Films sued unnamed “John Doe” defendants in at least fifteen separate lawsuits throughout the country, alleging that the John Doe defendants copied and distributed the film without authorization.
Maybe — just maybe the single biggest issue with messaging that fails to generate the desired response is the degree to which it is closer to fiction than fact.
Last week, Facebook, Inc. (“Facebook”) announced a major upcoming change, effective November 5, 2014, to its Platform Policies that will affect the vast majority of promotions run on the platform.
This summer the SEC and the Wall Street Journal have reported several noteworthy items concerning the SEC’s whistleblower program, one of the most controversial components of the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010.
It wasn’t too many weeks ago that the lead story on every network was Malaysia Airlines, Air Algerie or Trans Asia. In fact, aviation and air disasters were pretty much the only story.
As everyone knows by now, comedian and actor Robin Williams passed away on Monday after a long struggle with depression and addiction. Many of the articles about his death have emphasized Williams’s compassion and ability to put a positive spin on unfortunate circumstances.
At first, it sounds like science fiction. Or maybe a comedy. Imagine a movie with people riding motorcycles covered in giant protective suits that inflate to protect them in the event of a crash.