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One at a Time: What is Controlled Digital Lending? Martin, Carolyn Wimbly

Author: Carolyn Wimbly Martin, Ethan Barr Published: January 22nd, 2021 Controlled digital lending (CDL), the digitization of physical books for e-lending, has been hotly debated in the field of copyright law. Here we explore the tug-of-war between equal access to information and the rights of copyright owners. Click here to view entire blog article

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Lutzker & Lutzker LLP, Copyright Law, internet and social media
If You Think You Are Insured Against Copyright and Trademark Infringement Claims, Look Again Lutzker, Susan J.

Author: Susan Lutzker Published: August 26, 2020 General liability insurance policies which contain coverage for “advertising injury” may contain intellectual property exclusions that are so broad as to render coverage for copyright and trademark infringement illusory. Specialized IP policies provide sounder protection. Click here to view entire blog article at Lutzker & Lutzker

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Lutzker & Lutzker LLP, Copyright Law, Susan Lutzker
“Sharenting”: Precautions and Consequences of Creating a Child’s Digital Footprint Martin, Carolyn Wimbly

Author: Carolyn Wimbly Martin Published: August 24, 2020 Many children today have an expansive digital footprint while still in diapers. Parents are quick to post cute photos of their children on social media, but many are unaware of the unintended consequences. As schools continue to expand their social media presence, they too contribute

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Lutzker & Lutzker LLP, Copyright Law, privacy law