Television

  • "The Good Wife" - Cary Gets Drunk With Law Students, Violates His Bail, Offers To Quit Law Firm

    The endearing thing about Cary is that he won't or can't grow up. He had been through that whole ordeal of jail in connection with client drug-dealer Bishop. But adversity hasn't changed him. He's still a callow fun-loving youth. He violates his bail by going to a bar across state lines to party with law students. There he boasts about his lock-up experience, a turn-on for all the girls.

    6 readers - Jane Genova/ Law And More
  • Reality TV Star Claims She ‘Didn’t Understand’ That Her Plea Agreement Meant Possible Jail Time

    Teresa Giudice It’s time for me to wake up. I do need to read things before I sign them. I do need to understand things before I sign them. … I gotta make sure I fully understand something, or fully read it, or find a lawyer — like a contract lawyer — that could help me. Because, you know, I don’t read contracts every day.

    5 readers - Staci Zaretsky/ Above the Law
    • Star Wars: Redefining Trademark and Copyright Law Since A Long Time Ago

      The Star Wars series is truly an exceptional franchise, having broken box office records, creating legions of fans, and bringing the idea of collateral merchandise licensing to an unprecedented level. Also, how many other films are top hits at the box office in three different decades, even when all you’ve done is add a few minutes of extra scenes and made the explosions bett ...
      4 readers - Tim Sitzmann/ DuetsBlog
    • You Must Watch Dogs Reenact Supreme Court Arguments Right Now

      If there is any justice in the world, this will revolutionize the way you consume Supreme Court news. Because the Supreme Court continues to ban video coverage of their proceedings, we’re either left waiting for Lyle to get to a phone or listening to horrible audio clips against a sketch artist’s backdrop. Now we have a new tool to make Supreme Court coverage downright amazing.
      6 readers - Joe Patrice/ Above the Law
    • For animators in TV work, a new labor accord

      While many of the Entertainment Law matters that dominate the daily headlines involve litigation, a number of Entertainment’s legal issues also get settled through private negotiations outside the media glare: Just this weekend, for example, SAG-AFTRA’s Executive Board ratified new contracts –the TV Animation Agreement and Basic Cable Animation Agreement.
      3 readers - Nicole Christman/ Biederman Blog
    • A Dose Of Reality In Week Four Of ‘How To Get Away With Murder’

      You guys, I think I have a problem. I think I am starting to like “How To Get Away With Murder.” Yeah, I know what I’ve said about the show in the past. And it’s still all true. Truth time: a basic girl who once dated a law student for all of a week probably has a better grasp of what law school is actually like than the writers of this show.
      3 readers - Alex Rich/ Above the Law

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    • Non-Sequiturs: 10.27.14

      … trademark infringement. [Legal Cheek] * Crazy pro se guy slapped down in Canada. [Lowering the Bar] * While almost everyone else is seeing lower applications, USC Law saw a 5 percent bump. [USC Gould School of Law] * Stanford and Dartmouth in hot water over election law charges in Montana. Apparently piercing the imaginary veil of non-partisanship in judicial elections is the problem and not the whole idea of judicial elections in the first place. [Montana Standard] …

      Joe Patrice/ Above the Law
    • FCC No Longer to Blackout Sporting Events

      … For years, professional sports and blackouts have gone hand-in-hand. No, not those blackouts; broadcast blackouts of games that failed to sell out. But the times, they are a changin’. In November of last year, the JETLaw Blog reported that the FCC was reviewing its policy on blackouts. Most sports blackouts are the result of privately…

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    • Court order a sharp arrow for fading Aereo

      … a preliminary injunction that many industry analysts see as a potential legal terminus for the company and its vaunted high-tech end-around copyright laws. U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan in Manhattan issued the order last week barring Aereo from “streaming, transmitting, retransmitting, or otherwise publicly performing any Copyrighted Program over…

      2 readers - Nicole Christman/ Biederman Blog
    • IP protection overseas not easy, experts explain

      … How do companies or individuals protect their intellectual property overseas? This has been the topic for robust discussions among content producers, providers, and distributors in the entertainment industry for some time. Complications exist in protecting IP rights abroad in countries such as China. The various international agreements do…

      2 readers - Nicole Christman/ Biederman Blog
    • Non-Sequiturs: 10.22.14

      … * A Saul Goodman Bobblehead. You know you want it. [Amazon (affiliate link)] * It looks like that Jimmy John’s non-compete agreement we reported on is going to spawn a congressional inquiry. [Huffington Post] * His dreams of becoming a solicitor were sidetracked when he was “jailed for slapping a sleeping woman in the face with his penis while…

      1 readers - Joe Patrice/ Above the Law
    • You Must Watch Dogs Reenact Supreme Court Arguments Right Now

      … If there is any justice in the world, this will revolutionize the way you consume Supreme Court news. Because the Supreme Court continues to ban video coverage of their proceedings, we’re either left waiting for Lyle to get to a phone or listening to horrible audio clips against a sketch artist’s backdrop. Now we have a new tool to make Supreme…

      6 readers - Joe Patrice/ Above the Law
    • Non-Sequiturs: 10.17.14

      … * Congratulations (and good luck) to our nation’s new ebola czar — who happens to be a high-profile lawyer. [ATL Redline] * An update on the Charleston Law/InfiLaw drama. [Post and Courier] * If they had only taken the pink underwear off the patient before he woke up, he wouldn’t have his panties in a bunch. [Huffington Post] * Getting people…

      2 readers - David Lat/ Above the Law
    • A Dose Of Reality In Week Four Of ‘How To Get Away With Murder’

      … You guys, I think I have a problem. I think I am starting to like “How To Get Away With Murder.” Yeah, I know what I’ve said about the show in the past. And it’s still all true. Truth time: a basic girl who once dated a law student for all of a week probably has a better grasp of what law school is actually like than the writers of this show…

      3 readers - Alex Rich/ Above the Law
    • For animators in TV work, a new labor accord

      … Picture & Television Producers are set to begin Nov. 3. For those of you who need reminding, in 2012, the two labor unions, the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artist (AFTRA), merged to form SAG-AFTRA. It represents more than 165,000 actors, and various other performers. The 2012 merger involved…

      3 readers - Nicole Christman/ Biederman Blog
    • Non-Sequiturs: 10.13.14

      … * Florida State QB Jameis Winston is still in a heap of legal trouble and it turns out his best legal move might just be to drop out. It’d save him the trouble of getting demolished by Mississippi State. [Sports Illustrated] * A follow-up on the Yale Law/Colombia Prostitution/Secret Service/Obama scandal. An amateur poet was hot on this story…

      1 readers - Joe Patrice/ Above the Law
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