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We sadly note the November passing of long-time Entertainment Law & Finance editorial board member Jay Rosenthal. Jay was a partner at Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp who was based in Washington, DC. His career positions also included serving as General Counsel for the National Music Publishers’ Association. In our numerous interactions through the years, Jay and I had a good time reminiscing about an unusual joint appearance in the 1990s on the conservative cable channel National Empowerment Television — by which we were asked, of all things, to take live call-in questions on entertainment law from viewers.
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By Stan Soocher
Reversing and remanding, the Ninth Circuit emphasized: “The district court’s approach of reducing choreography to ‘poses’ is fundamentally at odds with the way we analyze copyright claims for other art forms, like musical compositions.”
By Katherine A. Baker, Jeffrey M. Kelly and Joshua L. Kirschner
The gaming and wagering sector has begun to cross paths with artificial intelligence technology in ways both predictable and unforeseen. As with other industries, AI technology inevitably has found its way into various components of the gaming experience. What is striking, however, is how AI is revolutionizing gaming for operators, regulators, suppliers and patrons alike.
By Jeffrey Campolongo and Scott M. Badami
Does the ability to receive remuneration for being a college athlete mean that the students are deemed employees of the university? Do employment laws apply? Are labor laws enforced? Does OSHA enter the equation? What about HIPAA concerns relating to medical conditions and injuries?
By Entertainment Law & Finance Staff
A look at moves among attorneys, law firms, companies and other players in entertainment law.