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Copyright, Contract Law and Intellectual Property Combine in ‘Publishing Law’ Niche Practice Area

Lawyers are often called upon to iron out details in contracts, copyright and intellectual property for books, and sometimes are needed again to negotiate adaptations as the practice continually expands.
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Federal Appeals Court Says Famed Artist Warhol Infringed Photographer’s Copyright in Image of Pop...

Vanity Fair ran the Warhol image created based on Goldsmith’s photo in its Nov. 1984 edition. The magazine credited Goldsmith for the source photograph by including the statement “source photograph © 1984 by Lynn Goldsmith/LGI,” according to a federal district court opinion.

Part 3: Charles Wilkinson, Beloved Longtime CU Law Professor, Marks 50 Years as Leading...

Charles Wilkinson talks family, hobbies, and why he's still passionate about writing and his line of work.

Part 2: Charles Wilkinson, Beloved Longtime CU Law Professor, Marks 50 Years as Leading...

Part 2: Charles Wilkinson, a University of Colorado Law School faculty member since 1987, celebrates 50 years as a leading practitioner, scholar and teacher of federal Indian law, natural resources law, and water law in 2021.
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Charles Wilkinson, Beloved Longtime CU Law Professor, Marks 50 Years as Leading “Law of...

Charles Wilkinson of the University of Colorado celebrates 50 years of a notable legal career as a practitioner and professor
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LLPS: Paraprofessionals in Family Law Working Toward Justice

The Colorado Supreme Court gave the go-ahead to create a system allowing non-attorney to practice family law as an access to justice measure.
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Criminal Law Attorneys Reflect on Legislative Wins, Worries and the Work Ahead

The Colorado General Assembly passed about 40 new laws related to criminal justice and corrections, including an overhaul of the state’s misdemeanor code and a bill limiting the use of ketamine injections by first responders.
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Effort to Remove Prosecution Power from Military Commanders Gains Congressional Momentum

Congress is moving closer to enacting legislation to remove the prosecution of felony crimes by members of the U.S. armed forces from the chain of command.
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In First Year of Colorado Red Flag Law, AG’s Office Reveals Misuse was Rare

The Colorado red flag law raised concerns in 2019, but after a year reports show abuse of the law legally requiring surrendering guns is low.
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Bump Stocks Case Seeks SCOTUS Clarity, Brings Sights in on Chevron Deference

Raising questions about a long-standing legal principle, a cert sent to SCOTUS hopes to clarify if bump stocks are legal — and if agency experience can be forcefully deferred by courts.