Blog Posts in February, 2013

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  • Iowa Resident Brings Suit Against Stryker For Damages Caused By Recalled Hip Implant #stryker / #hip / #recall
    Iowa Resident Brings Suit Against Stryker For Damages Caused By Recalled Hip Implant #stryker / #hip / #recall

    NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE) – Karla Krogman of West Des Moines, Iowa, filed a lawsuit against Stryker Orthopaedics charging that the company manufactured and sold a defective artificial hip implant, ...

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  • Is there a New York Right of Publicity? #documentary / #film / #movies
    Is there a New York Right of Publicity? #documentary / #film / #movies

    As legal counsel to an independent feature documentary, I encountered an interesting question: Can a New York domiciliary transfer ownership in his / her right of publicity to another by contract? A ...

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  • WATCH: Finally, a realistic look at Google Glass? A compelling new video showcases how a wearable computer will use voice search, Google Hangouts, translation tools, Google Maps, and more. #technology / #google
    WATCH: Finally, a realistic look at Google Glass? A compelling new video showcases how a wearable computer will use voice search, Google Hangouts, translation tools, Google Maps, and more. #technology / #google

    On Wednesday morning, Google quietly published a new video for its hush-hush Glass project, the futuristic monocle that pulls triple duty as a camera, phone, and wearable computer. The video, “How it ...

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  • Stryker Hip Lawsuit Filed by MN CoupleElise Kramer | #Stryker Hip Lawsuits
    Stryker Hip Lawsuit Filed by MN CoupleElise Kramer | #Stryker Hip Lawsuits

    A Minnesota couple, hailing from St. Cloud, have become among the latest plaintiffs to have filed a Stryker Rejuvenate hip replacement lawsuit. The couple filed their lawsuit in Minnesota District ...

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  • Judge Blocks NYC From Ken Burns Film Footage #entertainmentlaw / #documentary
    Judge Blocks NYC From Ken Burns Film Footage #entertainmentlaw / #documentary

    A federal judge on Tuesday blocked New York City from getting footage gathered by documentary filmmaker Ken Burns in research for his movie about the five men exonerated in the Central Park jogger ...

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  • Somewhat by default, hotel lobbies, business centers and the open space around meeting areas have long functioned as places to meet, network and get work done, although workers' growing ability to be connected without being tethered to a desk has accelerat
    Somewhat by default, hotel lobbies, business centers and the open space around meeting areas have long functioned as places to meet, network and get work done, although workers' growing ability to be connected without being tethered to a desk has accelerat

    Merchandising, licensing, and sponsorships have become significant revenue streams for the modern-day musician. In a constantly changing music industry, a solo artist or musical group who anticipates ...

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