Archive for September, 2016

Supreme Court Term Promises to Be IP Blockbuster

by   |  09.26.16  |  Copyright and Trademark

With four IP cases on the docket and several more knocking at the door of certiorari the U.S. Supreme Court is poised for a banner year of patent trademark and copyright decisions. More »

California Enacts Law Requiring IMDb to Remove Actor Ages on Request

by   |  09.25.16  |  Free Speech

“On behalf of everyone in the industry who has struggled with age discrimination, whose opportunities to showcase their talent may have been blocked, I want to thank Gov. Brown and the bill’s author, Assemblymember Ian Calderon,” says SAG-AFTRA’s Gabrielle Carteris. More »

Today in History: Socialist Eugene Debs Sentenced to Prison for Giving Anti-War Speech

by   |  09.14.16  |  Free Speech

In case in which the government and the courts rejected the First Amendment. More »

Katie Couric, ‘Under the Gun’ Director Face $13M Defamation Lawsuit | Hollywood Reporter

by   |  09.13.16  |  Free Speech

A pro-gun group contends that Couric’s question didn’t leave them speechless — allegedly deceptive editing accomplished that. More »