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Has SoundCloud’s Plug Been Pulled?

Has SoundCloud’s Plug Been Pulled? »

By: Michael Boehringer

 

Recently, in the news and other media outlets, there has been a lot of talk about the

“Super Bowling” for Revenue – NFL’s Cash Cow and the Legal Issues That Follow

“Super Bowling” for Revenue – NFL’s Cash Cow and the Legal Issues That Follow »

By Brendan Alan Melander

It’s Sunday, the fifth day of February 2017. There’s no National holiday, but family and friends all

The Blurred Line Between Advocacy and Incitement

The Blurred Line Between Advocacy and Incitement »

By: Justin Gowan

Americans enjoy a unique privilege not shared by a majority of the world—the ability to publicly criticize the

Censorship or Law Against Hollywood Age Discrimination?

Censorship or Law Against Hollywood Age Discrimination? »

By: Yvonne Tindell

 

On September 24, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill that will require subscription-based entertainment websites to remove or

Supreme Court Hears Arguments on a Case That Will Decided the Future of Offensive and Disparaging Trademarks

Supreme Court Hears Arguments on a Case That Will Decided the Future of Offensive and Disparaging Trademarks »

By: Adam Shelton

 

This past week the United State Supreme Court heard oral arguments regarding whether part of the Lanham Act was

Krusty Krab Still Only Located in Bikini Bottom

Krusty Krab Still Only Located in Bikini Bottom »

By: Shayna Stuart

“Oooooooh, who lives in a pineapple under the sea?” The infamous yellow sponge who won all of us over with

Locker Room Talk? Not in Their Locker Rooms.

Locker Room Talk? Not in Their Locker Rooms. »

By: Shelby Anderson

At the second presidential debate, the phrase of the night was ‘locker room talk’.[1]  Just forty-eight hours before

Forensics Meets Music

Forensics Meets Music »

By: Amena Khestchin-Kamel

 

The Question

The question when it comes to plagiarism in the Music Industry is can judges and jurors really

Above Copyright Law: One of China’s Most Notorious Black Markets

Above Copyright Law: One of China’s Most Notorious Black Markets »

By: Nicole Metzgar-Schall 

The sale of illegal copies of DVDs is a global problem, especially in China, where legally purchased DVDs are virtually

Brown, Black and White: differing media treatment of Domestic Abusers

Brown, Black and White: differing media treatment of Domestic Abusers »

Since the domestic assault in 2009, Chris Brown has garnered much media scrutiny related to his every action. The media’s discussion about Brown has continually focused on publicly condemning him and creating a “culturally resonant villain” in the fight against domestic abuse. Many will disagree, but Brown’s case must be analyzed through a racial lens. - Read more...