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Contract Confusion

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014  |   Copyright, Literary  |  no responses

The following is a press piece by Jessica Alas at PR Newswire. @alasjessica @PR Newswire Contract Confusion: Tips for Journalists on Non-Competes and Work for Hire Posted on August 27, 2014 by Jessica Alas | 1 comment John F. Bradley, Esquire, and Francisco R. Montero share their tips for navigating journalism job contracts You’ve submitted […]

Blogger rights in defamation lawsuits

Friday, April 5th, 2013  |   Corporations, Literary, News  |  no responses

This week, lead attorney of the Bradley Legal Group, P.A., John F. Bradley, Esq., successfully argued the extension of media defendant rights to the blogosphere. Some cases in Florida have dealt with this issue before, but this issue is not yet well settled and under considerable debate. Under Florida law, before a plaintiff can bring […]

Marilyn Monroe losses major Rights of Publicity litigation

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012  |   Copyright, Corporations, Fashion, Film/Television, Literary, Music, News, Trademark  |  no responses

Last month, the estate of Marilyn Monroe lost a major court case in front of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in California in regards to the late actresses’ post-mortem rights as to her name, image, and likeness. As you may be aware, Marilyn Monroe is still extremely popular in modern culture and her estate […]

How to set up a Talent Agency in Florida – Part 2

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012  |   Corporations, Film/Television, Literary, Music  |  no responses

The second part of this blog series involves the on-going requirements of a talent agency once the agency is licensed. So now that you have set up shop, the next question is how to legally run your business as to comply with the laws of Florida and Florida’s Department of Business & Professional Regulation (FDBP). […]

How to set up a Talent Agency in Florida – Part 1

Friday, September 7th, 2012  |   Corporations, Film/Television, Literary, Music  |  no responses

In Florida, a talent agency is any person or entity that engages in the business of procuring or attempting to procure engagements for an “artist” for compensation. An artist is any person performing on a professional stage or in the production of television, radio, motion pictures, music, or modeling. In order to own, operate, solicit […]

Single versus Compilation Copyright Filings

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012  |   Copyright, Corporations, Film/Television, Literary, Music  |  no responses

Filing a copyright is easy if you know what you are doing. Registration is accessible online via the United States Copyright Office, and currently the online filing fee is $35.00 USD for most works.  For an introductory level discussion on this matter, there are two primary ways you can register: as a bulk compilation or […]

Rights of Publicity and Choice of Venue

Friday, July 13th, 2012  |   Fashion, Film/Television, Literary, Music, News  |  no responses

Publicity rights of an individual can be confusing when compared to other intellectual property rights. Copyrights, trademarks, and patents are all governed by federal law, simply meaning they are national laws passed by the United States of America’s government. Wherever you are in the United States, the same law applies. However, as we all (hopefully) […]

Atlanta vs. Pixar: Trademark Battle over “Brave”

Monday, June 25th, 2012  |   Corporations, Film/Television, Literary, Music, News, Trademark  |  no responses

Pixar has recently released a new fantasy movie named “Brave.” Disney, who owns Pixar, is attempting to register a trademark in “Brave,” but is experiencing significant difficulty. First is the baseball team the Atlanta Braves. The Atlanta Braves currently do not have a trademark on the word Brave, that being the singular use of “Braves.” […]

Can I get sued for Blogging?

Friday, February 10th, 2012  |   Copyright, Corporations, Fashion, Film/Television, Literary, Music, News, Trademark  |  no responses

“Can I get sued for blogging?” is a question that sometimes comes up in our office, and we are always amazed at the wide variety of beliefs we encounter. The answer is absolutely YES. Let’s discuss a few ways you can get sued with our imaginary blogger named “Matt” who writes blogs about “Baseball.” 1. […]

Are unpaid interns legal?

Friday, January 27th, 2012  |   Corporations, Fashion, Film/Television, Literary, Music  |  no responses

Recently, two individuals who worked as ‘unpaid interns’ for the feature film The Black Swan filed a lawsuit against the film’s production companying arguing that the production company violated a variety of minimum wage and other labor laws through the hiring of unpaid help. The basis of the suit stems from the Fair Labor Standards […]