Go get your own (damn) camera!

I’m not sure why large media groups feel they can waltz up to a twitter feed and grab photographs that someone else has posted, and claim they have the right to unfettered use of that photo without the photographer’s permission. If the roles were reversed, and someone were to use a photograph posted on a […]

Adult Industry Challenges Los Angeles County Measure B

My good friends Paul Cambria of Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria, Louis Sirkin of Santen Hughes and Bob Corn-Revere of Davis Wright Tremaine filed an action today in California Federal court challenging Los Angeles County’s recent mandate requiring performers to wear condoms while shooting adult films in Los Angeles County, a.k.a. Measure B. The industry argues […]

If it’s good for my dog, it must be good for my kid. Right?

Reuters is reporting that a public school district in Texas can require students to wear locator chips when they are on school property, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday. Yeah, that’s right. You read that correctly. The same technology I am using to track my dog, I can now legally track my kid in at […]

Hello Officer, read my middle finger!!

In a 14-page opinion, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit ruled that the “ancient gesture of insult is not the basis for a reasonable suspicion of a traffic violation or impending criminal activity.” Read this: giving a cop the finger! This case all started when John Swartz  flipped off an officer who […]

Clash of the Titans (1st vs. 2nd Amendment)

In the wake of New York newspaper The Journal News’ publication of publicly available data—including personal information—on gun owners in Westchester and Rockland counties in New York, Maryland Republican Delegate Pat McDonough held a press conference on Dec. 28 and announced plans to introduce three gun-related bills in the Maryland state legislature. According to the […]