Entertainment Law Update Podcast Episode 6

by Tamera H. Bennett

Once again, my thanks to entertainment attorney Gordon Firemark for asking me to co-host the Entertainment Law Update Podcast.  Episode 6 is available for downloading here. Make sure to take a look at the show notes, which I have summarized below.

  • Noonan v. Staples -  Jury: Truthful E-Mail Sent About Fired Staples Manager Wasn’t Libelous
  • Disney settles with Luxo over the Luxo Jr. Lamp
  • Carly Simon is suing her record label & starbucks over poor marketing of record
  • FTC New Guidelines For Bloggers
  • Vent v. Mars Snackfood U.S., LLC — idea submission case in New Jersey
  • The Weinstein Co. v. Smokewood Entertainment: Decision reached in “Push” case regarding writing required to transfer exclusive rights.
  • Jon Gosselin has countersued TLC
  • California’s new anti-paparazzi statute
  • Beatles music catalog finally available online.. but is it legal?
  • Radio Station liable for wrongful death of contestant
  • ASCAP lost Public Performance lawsuit on ringtunes; ASCAP and BMI may bring case for Public Performance in film/tv downloads
  • Copyright Termination of Transfers under §203 and §304.
  • Celebrity Identity Theft with guest Samantha Rothaus.

About Tamera Bennett

Tamera Bennett, nicknamed by her clients as the IP quarterback, develops strategies to protect and leverage each client's intellectual property. She works closely with her clients to implement customized brand management programs. Her clients range from rock star to leadership coach and financial guru to custom motorcycle designer. Prepared with an undergraduate degree in Recording Industry Studies and a law degree from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, Tamera represents clients throughout Texas and Tennessee in entertainment, trademark and copyright law related matters View all posts by Tamera Bennett

One response to “Entertainment Law Update Podcast Episode 6

  • Jay Moffitt

    Enjoyed the podcast. As always, enjoyed the new information, but it was really great to get the updates on the older cases, especially the Beatles. Liked the Britney Twitter case given by Ms. Rothaus as well.

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