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Intimidated in Your Law Blogging? Get Vulnerable

I was exchanging notes with a professional in the marketing, communications and publishing field who’s carved out a national reputation for her work. She’s blogged some in the past, but as she began again, she felt intimidated by that next post – you know what do I say, what do I teach, what’s the message, how do I get beyond looking at this blank screen. I suggested something that’s worked for me the last sixteen a years – as well for a lot of bloggers I learned from. Getting vulnerable,...
Tags: Law, Blogging


Plaintiff had no duty to “scour” the internet for infringements – statute of limitations did not bar copyright claim made 7 years after infringement

Plaintiff freelance photojournalist sued defendant website publisher for copyright infringement over photos plaintiff took of a luxury maximum security prison in Norway in 2010. Defendants posted the photos on its website in 2011 without permission, in connection with a widely-publicized story of a notorious mass shooter being relocated there. Plaintiff registered the copyright in his photos in 2015 and filed suit in 2018, claiming that he did not learn of the alleged infringement until 2016. ...
Tags: Law, Copyright, Norway, Statute Of Limitations, Second Circuit, Wu, John Wiley Sons Inc, Masi, Moguldom Media Group



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