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Huge Federal Court Victory for Online TV Streaming

With the ever changing nature of the entertainment industry, conflicts in the application of static laws and regulations abound. Cable broadcast companies sued for an injunction against TV streamer FilmOn for redistributing broadcasters’ copyrighted programming. […]

USA Women’s Soccer Team Sets Network Record in World Cup Victory

With the glorious FIFA World Cup trophy in hand, the United States’ women’s soccer team basks in their 5-2 victory against Japan. But thats not all that they are celebrating; the women athletes are enjoying […]

Rapper Rick Ross Faces Even More Legal Troubles

Rick Ross Arrested Again  Rapper Rick Ross is again facing legal troubles.  This time he was arrested and charged with kidnapping, aggravated assault and aggravated battery charges after a U.S. Marshals Service fugitive task force and deputies arrested him at […]

These Drivers can be Uber Dangerous

Recently we have seen quite a buzz on unique “taxi” companies such as Uber and Lyft all around the United States. These companies are based on smartphone apps that allow anyone in need of a […]

Four College Athletes Claim Not Paying Players is in Violation of Antitrust Laws

Four college athletes have filed a class action suit with the representation of well known sports attorney, Jeffrey Kessler. The four players claim that the NCAA has unlawfully capped player compensation at the value of scholarship and […]

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