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On November 6, 2015 By sdotzel November 2, 2015
And the 2015 award for most influential class of wage equality spokeswomen goes to — Hollywood actresses. Patricia Arquette’s passionate Oscar acceptance speech this past February demanding gender wage equality was met with cheers, standing ovation, and increased conversation on the topic around the country. More recently, the Sony hack revealed a huge pay [...]Continue Reading →
On October 20, 2015 By Victoria Roessler October 17, 2015
This past week, University of Florida quarterback Will Grier was suspended for failing a routine drug test. Per NCAA regulations, Grier was suspended for 365 days. In addition, student-athletes who fail PED tests also lose one full year of eligibility. Essentially, this means that Grier gets five years to play three. Due to this [...]Continue Reading →
On October 7, 2015 By bpetitto October 6, 2015
As Brad Roberts noted in his post earlier this month, if you have turned on TV in the past month you have heard about daily fantasy sports operators. With DraftKings being the one you have most likely heard of after the over 100 million dollars they have poured into advertising this year alone. Brad covered [...]Continue Reading →
On March 9, 2015 By Erin Shackelford March 9, 2015
Recently, the soap opera The Young and the Restless has been in the spotlight for drama that has unfolded off camera. That drama has manifested itself as a legal battle between Sony Pictures Television, Bell Dramatic Serial Company, Bell Philip Television Production Inc., and CBS Corporation and Victoria Rowell, actress and fourteen-year veteran on [...]Continue Reading →
On February 4, 2015 By Daniel Rheiner February 2, 2015
Last year, when Comcast announced its plan to purchase Time Warner Cable, the deal came under heavy scrutiny from consumer advocates. Senator Al Franken of Minnesota, one of the Senate’s most liberal members, called the proposed deal “a disaster.” In a letter to the Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and the [...]Continue Reading →
Isabella Tanikumi has filed a lawsuit against the Walt Disney Company claiming Disney’s Frozen is not an original work, but instead the storyline and characters were stolen from her memoirs.
For the few people in the world who have yet to be exposed to Frozen, it features the story of two princesses, Elsa and [...]Continue Reading →
On September 19, 2014 By Erin Shackelford September 19, 2014
The Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) has cited Midnight Rider producers for safety violations, stemming from the tragic on-set death of twenty-seven year old camera assistant Sara Jones.
Jones was tragically killed last February on the set of Midnight Rider while the crew [...]Continue Reading →
On September 2, 2014 By William Healy September 2, 2014
Netflix has been one of the most vocal opponents of the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Just this week the streaming company filed a Petition to Deny with the FCC which formally asks the government to block the deal.
Netflix argues that if the two cable companies [...]Continue Reading →
On July 16, 2014 By Samara Shepherd July 16, 2014
When it comes to marketing, branding is important. A clever brand name can become ubiquitous and help a company soar to popularity. The drawback is that such brands are at risk of being genericized. When this happens, what was once a brand name is now a generic term used as a [...]Continue Reading →
Last week, in a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that Paula Petrella could sue MGM for copyright infringement–more than 30 years after Raging Bull hit the cinema and won two Academy Awards, including Best Actor (Robert De Niro). Petrella’s father collaborated with boxer Jake LaMotta on two screenplays and a book that was [...]Continue Reading →
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