Don’t you just love blogs? I do, although I am a wee bit partial to this one. One thing I do not like is the copyright infringement I witness on a fairly regular basis. Guess what bloggers – you using the photo you Googled and found or that clip from a magazine article, even when … Continue reading
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Part 2: Copyright and Trademark Law for the Wedding Industry
What is a wedding without music? To me, not a wedding at all. Outside of the photography, the other important aspect for us was music. The negotiations that took place over our first dance song would rival those over nuclear weapons. There were lists submitted, responses requested and terms outlined. To say we are a … Continue reading
Grooveshark Lost The Groove
Earlier this week, music service Grooveshark lost the groove. And, by lost the groove – I mean found itself in the sixth circle of hell I like to call Copyright Infringement Land. A federal judge in New York ruled the online music service infringed upon thousands of copyrights. Grooveshark came before online streaming services, such as Spotify. … Continue reading
What does Copyright Law, a Sorority and Music Have in Common?
The idea of transformation whether it be in the law, personally or of a mindset fascinates me. One of the many reasons I love studying, talking about and researching intellectual property law is because of its transformative nature and the way it has the ability to transform. Transformative not only in the way it helps … Continue reading