Apple recently announced its anticipated iPhone X. Apple was subsequently sued for trademark infringement as a result of the newly added Animoji feature. This article provides a preliminary analysis of the case. Apple’s case appears to be very weak. Read More.
The allegations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein have been front and center in the news recently. In this article, you can learn how Weinstein used the legal tool of a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) to help keep accusers silent. Read More.
The OJ Simpson saga has (hopefully) reached its final conclusion. In October 2017, former football star OJ Simpson was released from prison after serving nine out of a possible 33 year sentence. This article provides a history of OJ and his legal problems. Read More.
The recent Equifax breach has left millions of people exposed to financial risk. But the bigger risk and real danger belongs to the lenders, who now have a more difficult job when deciding to lend out money. Read More.
When a once-in-a-decade idea like Facebook comes around, steps are taken to protect the founder against outside forces. Sometimes those steps may not meet the requirements of corporate rules. Read More.
There is an extensive legal framework involved in signing a marriage contract. There are also certain risks each party undertakes when entering into and dissolving such a contract, so proceed extremely carefully. Read More.
The return of Linda Hamilton and James Cameron (along with, of course, Arnold Schwarzenegger) likely means that the next Terminator film will be a blockbuster. There are copyright law lessons here as well. Read More.
In today’s environment, security has taken on the utmost importance when traveling internationally. Preparing for these security measures can make your travel around the world go more smoothly and help protect you during emergencies. Read More.
Of all the major sports leagues in the North America, the highest paid players can be found in baseball, basketball, and football. Players in the National Hockey League lag behind their counterparts by several million dollars a year. This is because the NHL has a hard salary cap. Read More.
One of the interesting oddities of American law is that Major League Baseball is exempt from antitrust rules that apply to virtually every other business. This special status was conferred to baseball in 1922, when justices of the United States Supreme Court unanimously bent over backwards to make complete fools of themselves. Read More.