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Copyright Reconstructed: Rethinking Copyright’s Economic Rights in a Time of Highly Dynamic Technological and Economic Change

Bernt HugenholtzAs the jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice and ongoing discussions in the EU legislature illustrate, the economic rights granted to right holders under EU copyright law – the rights of reproduction, communication to the public and distribution … Continue reading

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Central NY Injury Lawyer Quoted in Highly Regarded Online Legal Newspaper .

I recently posted a blog about New York’s top Court’s recent ruling that New York personal injury plaintiffs can win “summary judgment” against defendants without proving that the plaintiff was blameless for his own injury.  The rule previously, in most … Continue reading

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Canadian Arts-World Marriage Ends in Divorce After Highly Public Two Year Legal Battle

We have previously blogged about the high-profile divorce between Eleanor McCain (heiress to the McCain Foods fortune) and Jeff Melanson (former President and CEO of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra). The Globe and Mail now reports that, after an almost two … Continue reading

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Allegis Investment Advisors, LLC: Invested Clients Retirement Money into Highly Risky Put Credit Spread “Strategy” Causing Catastrophic Damages

On December 13, 2017, an Arbitrator from the American Arbitration Association rendered an award totaling approximately $1,000,000 against Allegis Investment Advisors, LLC (“Allegis”).  The Arbitrator found that Allegis breached its fiduciary duty by investing clients’ funds into entirely unsuitable, and … Continue reading

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Untangling Confusion about FLSA Exemptions for Highly Compensated Employees

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently issued an interesting Fair Labor Standards Act decision. The case focused on who is and is not exempt from overtime requirements. And the result – as the court noted – is likely to … Continue reading

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