Media

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Singing the legal blues

Songwriters call for more freedoms and less regulation during ASCAP “Stand with Songwriters” on today's advocacy day.

LEGAL TRAINING

Law Society gets in on the act

Law Society of Ireland offers free global online course in arts entertainment and media law, forging mutual understanding.

MEDIA

TV channel sets its day in court

Court TV unveils launch date and programming plans promising “gavel-to-gavel” live coverage of America's most fascinating trials all day.

ADVERTISING

No upgrade for major hotel chains

Lawsuit against major hotels on anti-competitive internet advertising to move forward, echoes 1-800 Contacts FTC complaint.

MEDIA

Specialist media chambers to close

Despite cutting edge practice area, One Brick Court chambers announces 'painful' closure after 'well over a century' of service.

COMMUNICATION

Lawyers need to tell stories

To promote story-telling as key communication skill for lawyers, BYU Law is to host first national storytelling competition for law students.

FAKE NEWS

This is not 'fake' news

New York attorney general sends clear message in settling with sellers of 'fake' online followers and 'likes' in first US settlement of its kind.