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Attacks On Advertising Texting

Under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”), telemarketing communications to cell phones are restricted, requiring written consent prior to sending text messages to consumers.   Not surprisingly, there has been a rise of lawsuits again… Read More
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Cox And Music Pirating

It is a nearly two-decade-old tale; record labels, publishers and other music intellectual property owners fight file-sharing of copyrighted music.  Typically it has been peer-to-peer (“P2P”) services and the people who use the P2P services that… Read More
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NBA Makes A Deal With MGM

The National Basketball Association (“NBA”) has reached a deal with MGM Resorts International (“MGM”) to create a partnership for legal sports betting and wagering.  The partnership comes on the heels of this year’s U.S. Supreme Court ruli… Read More
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Beats Founders Take A Beating In Royalty Lawsuit

Beats Electronics LLC (“Beats”), founded by music mogul Jimmy Iovine and rap icon Dr. Dre, was sued by ex-partner Steven Lamer in 2014 for unpaid royalties on Beats products that were based on prototypes he developed.  This lawsuit followed a se… Read More
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Interesting Twist In A Robocall Case

Anyone with a telephone or cell phone likely has received a robocall.  A robocall consists of a call that is initiated by a party using a recorded message instead of a live person.  These calls can be quite a nuisance, not only due to the excessive… Read More
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Website Terms of Use: Importance and Enforceability

Anyone who uses the internet and visits websites is likely familiar with two common links found at the bottom of most home pages, Terms of Use (or alternatively Terms and Conditions) and Privacy Policies.  Terms of Use agreements, which should also… Read More
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