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Why Allowing The 2 Milly & Alfonso Ribeiro Lawsuits Against Fortnite To Proceed Would Be Horrible For Dance

By December 21, 2018 Posted in Copyright

By now, you’ve probably heard the news.  Epic Games, producer of the wildly popular Fortnite game, has been sued by at least three different people, for copyright infringement and right of publicity violations.  Fortnite, which is a free shooter game, makes money by allowing players to buy skins, outfits and […]

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Speaking to the New Playwrights Foundation

By November 27, 2017 Posted in Copyright

I will be speaking this Thursday (11/27) at the New Playwrights Foundation on the “10 Ten Legal Tips Writers Need to Know To Avoid Getting Ripped Off.” If you would like to attend (it’s free), it’s at 7:30 p.m at 201 Ocean Avenue, Terrace level (3rd Floor). Please RSVP to […]

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STEPHEN KING IS TERMINATING HIS COPYRIGHT TRANSFERS TO DEAD ZONE, CUJO, CREEPSHOW, AND OTHER FILMS

By August 14, 2017 Posted in Copyright

Here’s an interesting story if you are as big a fan of Stephen King as I am.  Stephen King has quietly filed notices that he intends to terminate the transfer of his licenses for the movies, The Dead Zone, Cujo, Creepshow, Children of the Corn, Cat’s Eye, and Firestarter. The […]

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Beverly Hills Bar Panel on copyright termination and the Friday the 13th Films

By April 11, 2017 Posted in Copyright

I will be moderating a great panel for the Beverly Hills Bar Association on the copyright termination case involving the Friday the 13th film.  For those of you who know my past with the Friday the 13th series, this will be a terrific learning experience for lawyers on what they […]

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