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    • Entertainment law

    • Entertainment law (or media law) is legal services to the entertainment industry. Entertainment law overlaps with intellectual property law (especially trademarks, copyright, and the "Right of Publicity"), but the practice of entertainment law often involves questions of employment law, contract law, torts, labor law, ... Read »


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    • California Celebrities Rights Act

    • The Celebrities Rights Act or Celebrity Rights Act was passed in California in 1985, which enabled a celebrity's personality rights to survive his or her death. Previously, the 1979 Lugosi v. Universal Pictures decision by the California Supreme Court held that Bela Lugosi's personality rights could not pass to his hei ... Read »


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    • Family Entertainment and Copyright Act

    • The Family Entertainment and Copyright Act is a federal legislative act regarding copyright that became law in the United States in 2005. The Act consists of two subparts: the Artist's Rights and Theft Prevention Act of 2005, which increases penalties for copyright infringement, and the Family Home Movie Act of 2005, w ... Read »


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    • Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal


    • Nicholas Irving

    • Nicholas Irving is a former special operations direct action sniper in the 3rd Ranger Battalion for the U.S. Military. He is now working as a reality TV personality. Irving was born on in Fort Meade, Maryland on the US Army post Fort George G. Meade growing up the son of two enlisted soldiers. He wasn’t a g ... Read »


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    • Morals clause

    • A morals clause (or morality clause or bad boy clause or bad girl clause) is a provision within instruments of a contract which curtail, or restrain, or proscribe certain behavior of individuals or party(s) to the contract. A moral clause within contracts used as a means of holding the individual or party(s) to a cert ... Read »


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    • Panayiotou v Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd

    • Panayiotou and others v Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd. ([1994] ChD 142) was a contract and entertainment law case before the High Court of Justice's Chancery Division. The plaintiff, entertainer George Michael, argued that his recording contract constituted an unreasonable restraint of trade. Michael alleged that t ... Read »


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    • Personality rights

    • The right of publicity, often called personality rights, is the right of an individual to control the commercial use of his or her name, image, likeness, or other unequivocal aspects of one's identity. It is generally considered a property right as opposed to a personal right, and as such, the validity of the right of ... Read »


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    • Slave contract

    • A slave contract (Hangul: 노예 계약; Hanja: 奴隸契約) is an unfair, long-term contract between K-pop idols and their management agencies. Aspiring K-pop idols, known as "trainees," sign contracts with management agencies when the trainee is as young as 12 or 13 years old. It may t ... Read »


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    • Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law


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