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TweetMy first reaction to a YouTube commercial created by The Law Office of John Phillips looked something like this … For about two minutes and thirty seconds, my face alternated from stunned amazement to confused amusement. The video, which you can watch below, tells the sad story of a Weeble Wobble (yes, those lovable toys […]

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TweetBig names in the entertainment industry such as Viacom, Paramount, other film studios and television networks, music publishers and sports leagues sued YouTube and Google in the Southern District of New York several years ago in a lawsuit entitled Viacom International, Inc. LLC, et al. v. YouTube Inc. LLC, et al., Docket Nos. 10–3270–cv, 10–3342–cv […]

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Tweet Last Tuesday I was in NY city attending the much awaited The Business of APIs Conference organized by Mashery, the leading provider of API management services. It was a sold out crowd and why not? APIs are becoming increasingly popular and part of many companies core business strategy. Speakers included representatives from leading names […]

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TweetThis week kicks off our member event, International Expansion.  We will be discussing the wide range of issues involved in expanding internationally, hosting a free a webinar, and posting exclusive content in the Lex Mundi Connected group.  Connected members can check out our Event Page for a convenient road map of how to get involved, […]

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TweetMonica Bay moderated the second panel on first day of LegalTech 2010, focusing on one of the most fascinating topics currently: Social Media Policy. The three panelists discussed different aspects of social media policy which gave a nice well rounded view of the topic, and specifically, different ways to embrace it. The Cautious Side of […]

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