E-Cigarettes Non-Regulation Disappears in Cloud of Smoke

Jun 3, 2019 By: Dan Nagan

On May 15, 2019, Judge Paul W Grimm of the District Court of Maryland rendered a decision that declared the policy of

Writers & Agents Split over Packaging Fees

May 3, 2019 By: Dan Nagan

Late in the evening on Friday, April 12th, 2019, an email was sent out by the Writer’s Guild of America to its


Apr 18, 2019 By: Dan Nagan

The United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 in the appeal of Flowers v. Mississippi.  This is the

War Over Peace Cross Reaches U.S. Supreme Court

Mar 1, 2019 By: Dan Nagan

A longstanding dispute over the nature of a war memorial has made its way before the United States Supreme Court.  The case

Choose Your Own Litigation

Jan 31, 2019 By: Dan Nagan

On December 28, 2018, Netflix, Inc. released the movie Black Mirror: Bandersnatch which allows the audience to control the movie’s narrative and

Man Cannot Legally Turn Back Time

Dec 14, 2018 By: Dan Nagan

A birth certificate is an official record detailing a person’s date and place of birth, parentage, legal name, and gender.  Progress has

Ticketmaster Charged with Scalping Scam

Nov 7, 2018 By: Dan Nagan

Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. is a company that has been steeped in controversy and plagued by lawsuits regarding service fees and antitrust claims. 

‘Blackfish’ Continues to Make Waves

Oct 1, 2018 By: Dan Nagan

In 1964, SeaWorld opened its first park in San Diego and has since expanded to include 11 U.S. theme parks.  It was

Nintendo Says “Game Over” in Trademark Suit

Aug 7, 2018 By: Dan Nagan

Nintendo of America Inc. has a well-established stance against the infringement of its parent company’s intellectual property, and on July 19, 2018, the