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Posts Tagged ‘LEgal

Independent #Film & #Filmmaking News Roundup

August 4, 2013

Girish Kasaravalli Hopeful About Future of Indie Cinema India West Asked about the viability of indie and parallel cinema at the box office, Kasaravalli said, “The commercial aspect depends on the filmmaker. He has made a film. France’s New Film Crew Wage Law Faces Legal Challenge Hollywood Reporter France’s New Film Crew Wage Law Faces […]

5 #Legal Questions to Ask BEFORE Starting Your #Crowdfunding Project

April 9, 2013

Five Legal Questions To Ask BEFORE Crowd-funding You Next Film (or Creative) Project Intro I recently had the opportunity to share the stage at a Chicago VentureShot Community panel presentation on crowdfunding an independent film project. My client successfully raised enough funds to produce his film through the Crowdfunding site KickStarter.com. Due to the unpredictable […]

Does Clicking the “Like” Button Equal Constitutionally-Protected Speech?

May 4, 2012

One of the definitive features of Social Media, and arguably the most contagious, is the ability to express one’s approval and share that with others by clicking “like,” friending, following, pinning or mentioning, among many others. However, unlike other issues that have dealt with the murky area of postings on social networks such as Facebook, […]

Content Creators Rejoice at RIAA Victory Against File-sharing Site LimeWire

May 13, 2010

In the ongoing war against Internet piracy, the RIAA’s recent victory against file-sharing site LimeWire marks a major victory for content creators by holding the makers of the software responsible for copyright infringement.