There is something stirring in the skies, and it’s about to turn the independent filmmaking world upside down. With this year’s arrival of accessible, affordable, and—most importantly—legal unmanned aircraft systems (UAS, or “drones”), aerial cinematography is no longer out of reach for small-scale independent moviemakers. Recent shifts in the technological and regulatory circumstances surrounding small UAS may soon disrupt the filmmaking landscape.
The Straits Times reported on 14 August that Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission (the “Commission”) is investigating a complaint from a user that Xiaomi has breached the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (“PDPA”).
Adam Carolla has reportedly settled the lawsuit that was filed against him by Personal Audio LLC.
EEOC Disciplined and Embarrased: Court Sanctions Its Attorneys for Premature Announcement of Settlement
On June 5th of this year we discussed the case of a group of Hawaiian farms and a labor contractor sued by the EEOC for allegedly harassing and mistreating Thai farmworkers.
Payday loans are popular in the United States. By some estimates, there are more payday loan outlets than McDonald’s (and there are more than 14,000 locations of McDonald’s.).
When claims of trademark infringement make the news, it is often because a billion dollar corporation is suing old man Donaldson’s tavern for trademark infringement (Although, McDonaldson’s might have been a bad choice…).
America has a proud history of entrepreneurship. If there is a need, and money can be made, people will leap at the chance to satisfy that need.
A federal grand jury in San Francisco indicted FedEx Corporation, FedEx Express, and FedEx Corporate Services, Inc. (collectively, “FedEx”) for its role in distributing controlled substances and prescription drugs for illegal internet pharmacies.
I have a 8-week old daughter, and she’s generally in good spirits. Like most newborns, however, she usually comes down with a case of the grumps in the evening (i.e., the so-called “witching hour”).