June 2016 Articles Kirtsaeng Episode II: The Revenge of the Factors Media Law Resource Center Bulletin
December 2015 Articles To Give Fees Or Not To Give Fees, That Is The Question (With A Different Answer In Every Circuit): The Circuit Split Over Attorneys’ Fees Awards Under the Copyright Act Media Media Law Resource Center Bulletin
2014Articles Documentary Filmmakers and Fair Use: Tips for Documentary Filmmakers Hiscox
February 2013Articles Photographic Memory: Docudrama’s Recreation of Photograph Not a Copyright Infringement Media Law Resource Center
December 6, 2012Articles Litigation: An Email Is Not Enough to Transfer Copyright Inside Counsel
October 2012 Articles Legal Blond Bombshell – Ninth Circuit Holds That Marilyn Monroe’s Right of Publicity Died With Her Media Law Resource Center
September 2012 Articles Case Comment: The Wet T-Shirt Contest And The Secret Wedding: Using Copyright Law to Hide Your Past Media Law Resource Center Bulletin
November 2, 2011Articles IP: Statutory Damages and Constitutional Limits Inside Counsel
October 2011Articles Statutory Damages and Constitutional Limits: Sony BMG Entertainment v. Tenenbaum MLRC Media Law Letter
January 2011Articles JAMS Virtual Roundtable: Copyright Dispute Resolution JAMS Newsletter
April 2010Articles Velcro Suit Does Not Stick: Court Dismisses Copyright Claims Against Bruno Media Law Resource Center
August 2009 Articles Voluntary Dismissal And Fee Awards In Copyright Cases MRLC Media Law Letter
July 2009Articles Court Applies Section 230 Immunity To Assault Claim Against MySpace MRLC Media Law Letter
January 9, 2009Articles Music to a Lawyer’s Ears: A New Treatise for Copyright Practitioners Los Angeles Daily Journal
December 2008Articles Avoiding the First Amendment in Right of Publicity Cases: The Usual Suspects Media Law Resource Center
July 2008 Court Dismisses Copyright Claim Over 1980s Parody Film: Use of Three Words from Song was De Minimus and Fair Use MLRC Media Law Letter
Summer 2007Articles Reality Show Releases: They May Need an Extreme Makeover MPI Source
May 3, 2007Articles Language of Reality Los Angeles Daily Journal
April 16, 2007Articles New Treatise in Town: ‘Party on Copyright’ Takes on Melville, 9th Circuit Los Angeles Daily Journal
February 21, 2007Articles Something is Rotten in the Courts in Illinois Los Angeles Daily Journal
2007Articles Back for a Second Cup: Court of Appeal Sends Taster’s Choice Case Back for Retrial after Addressing Important Issues Regarding Right of Publicity Law New Matter - Official Publication of the Intellectual Property Law Section of the State Bar of California, Volume 32, Number 2
September 2005 Articles Greeting Card that Spoofs Paris Hilton a Matter of Public Concern But Not Protected as a Matter of Law MRLC Media Law Letter
August 2005Articles Models Win Right of Publicity Trial Against Advertising Agency MRLC Media Law Letter
March 9, 2001Articles Net Notice: Giving Proper Notice To Service Providers Los Angeles Daily Journal
May 10, 1999Articles Creating a Monster: Courts Set High Standards for Disclaimers in Trademark Infringement Actions Los Angeles Daily Journal
April 16, 1999Articles Harmful Headline: Caption Alone Can Be Defamatory Los Angeles Daily Journal
February 1, 1999Articles Parody in Purple: District Court Holds that a Spoof of the Children's Character Barney was not an Infringement Los Angeles Daily Journal
December 14, 1998Articles Windup in Court: Identifiability in Right of Publicity Cases Los Angeles Daily Journal
October 7, 1998Articles Obscene Amphibian: First Amendment Protects Foul Frog on Beer Label Los Angeles Daily Journal
August 31, 1998Articles Clear View: Use of Works in Motion Pictures and the Fair Use Defense Los Angeles Daily Journal
August 3, 1998Articles Cliché Domain: Lyrics Invoking Popular Expressions are Unprotected Los Angeles Daily Journal
June 29, 1998Articles Sue Velvet: The Velvet Elvis Must ‘Leave the Building’ After a 5th Circuit Ruling Rejected the Parody Defense and Held that Nightclub Infringes the Trademark Rights of the Presley Estate Los Angeles Daily Journal
February 12, 1998Articles Parodies Lost: What's the Difference Between Taking and Targeting? Two Recent Federal Court Decisions Illustrate the Distinction and Provide Insight on What is Fair Use Los Angeles Daily Journal
December 26, 1997Articles Service Providers Given Insulation From Liability Los Angeles Daily Journal
November 5, 1997Articles Imitation of Life: Fictionalization of Real People in Films Los Angeles Daily Journal
October 27, 1997Articles Pinching the Prop: A Recent Case Sheds Light on When Television Show Producers Should Seek Permission Before Using a Copyrighted Work on a Set Los Angeles Daily Journal
June 26, 1997Articles Provider Protection: Federal Court Ruling May Shield Internet Services Los Angeles Daily Journal
March, 1997Articles Ninth Circuit Strikes Down Federal Law Banning the Broadcast of Advertisements for Casino Gambling LDRC Libel Letter
August, 1996Articles Ninth Circuit Upholds Statutes That Restrict the Use of Automatic Dialing and Announcing Devices LDRC Libel Letter
April 25, 1996Articles Beyond Infringe Los Angeles Daily Journal
April 15, 1996Articles Trademark Dilution: Make a Federal Case Out of It Los Angeles Daily Journal
January 11, 1996Articles Did CBS Choke? Network May Have Had Little Reason To Fear a Tobacco Company Lawsuit Los Angeles Daily Journal