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By Kimberly Maynard
The business side of dance can often fall second to the art. Contracts, which usually appear after you've done the hard work of securing a job, can seem like an inconsequential afterthought.
By H. Sujin Kim, Jeffrey Marks, Bernard C. Topper, Jr.
The Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017, which was enacted on December 22, 2017 (the "Act"), contains several provisions that impact tax-exempt organizations ("EOs").
By Terri Seligman
The FTC has long stated that consumers should be able to recognize an ad as an ad. And if disclosures are necessary to ensure that consumers will recognize that an ad is an ad, then those disclosures must be made ...
By Thomas Selz, Jeffrey Marks, Bernard C. Topper, Jr.
First, the 100% deduction of Production costs no longer requires an election which, when made, determined the year in which the costs were deductible.
By Barbara Shiers, Linda Wank, H. Sujin Kim, Joseph Mahon
On December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the "Act") was signed into law. The Act temporarily doubles the estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer ("GST") tax exemption amount.
By Jeffrey Marks, Bernard C. Topper, Jr.
As you probably are well-aware by now, the U.S. Congress recently passed H.R. 1 (commonly referred to as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017), and the President signed the Act on December 22, 2017.
By Craig Whitney, Jeremy Goldman, Matt Woleske
Under the DMCA, companies that meet certain eligibility requirements are entitled to safe harbor protection from liability for copyright infringement.
By Matthew R.D. Vittone
In 1975, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") adopted the Fuel Economy Guide (the "Guide") to provide guidance on how to avoid making unfair and deceptive fuel economy claims in automobile advertising.
By Christopher Chase
In an oft-used tactic when new owners take over a business, Formula One recently updated its brand logo.
By Amelia Brankov, Azita Iskandar
In July 2017, a New York federal court denied as premature artist Richard Prince's motion to dismiss photographer Donald Graham's copyright infringement lawsuit on fair use grounds.
By Brian Murphy, Terri Seligman, Rayna Lopyan
If a force majeure event causes the production cost to exceed $50,000, the producer does not lose the waiver.
By Sean Kane, S. Gregory Boyd, Phillip E. Jackman
There's good news for game developers who incorporate real-world elements in their games. On October 20, 2017, the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed a trial court decision...
By Daniel M. Goldberg
This month we're celebrating Privacy Shield's first birthday (admittedly, a bit belated) with an update on everything Privacy Shield.
By Christopher Chase
In yet another challenge against universities over compensation for student-athletes, former Ohio State star Chris Spielman has brought a class action against the university and its marketing agency ...
By Sean Kane, S. Gregory Boyd, Phillip E. Jackman
The FTC is making a strong push in 2017 to ensure that social media influencers comply with the Commission's Endorsement Guide (the "FTC Guides") and recently updated FTC Guides' FAQs
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