Tag Archives: Characters

4 Kids Shows and Movies Featuring Characters with Disabilities

Children with disabilities often are severely underrepresented in movies, books, and pop-culture. If they are featured, the portrayal can often be inaccurate and the character is often played by a person who does not have an intellectual, developmental, or physical … Continue reading

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The growing tresses in IP claims in fictional characters

No, I am not posting a picture of the fun we had at Meet the Bloggers 2018 in Seattle! Rather, it’s this business: SHERLOCK HOLMES […] Read more detail on Recent Advertising Law posts –

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Can Nativity scene characters attract copyright protection under Italian law? It depends

Typical Nativity sceneAt Christmas time the making of Nativity scenes in churches and homes is a Catholic tradition that is particularly common in Southern Europe.Like many other Italian children, I have wonderful memories of when my brother and I used … Continue reading

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What inspires the scenarios and characters in your final exam questions?

As we wrap up another season of grading, I return to the thought that grading finals can feel like reading the same story again and again. This task is slightly more entertaining for me if the story involves some interesting … Continue reading

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140 Characters Conference: Long Island on 5/26/11

The Lustigman Firm's Jonathan I. Ezor is one of the organizers of the upcoming 140 Characters Conference: Long Island, being held at Touro Law Center in Central Islip, NY on May 26th, 2011. The full-day event features presetations from a … Continue reading

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