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On September 3, 2009 By Joe Cesta July 22, 2010
When Moses lost the extra five commandments, I am certain one of them stated Thou Shalt Not Mess with Oprah. It’s too bad, because forty companies are about to wish they had heeded that advice.
On April 19, Oprah Winfrey, through her corporate entity, Harpo, Inc., filed trademark infringement suits against [...]Continue Reading →
Documentary or Infomercial? The NFL Suffers a Setback in Case of Competing Intellectual Property Rights
On September 17, 2008 By JETLaw September 17, 2008
When does a television program cease to be a documentary, and instead become an infomercial hawking a product? This question will likely be posed to a jury following the recent Third Circuit opinion in the case of Facenda v. N.F.L. Films, Inc. On September 9, 2008, the Third Circuit unanimously ruled [...]Continue Reading →
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