“Photographers are in this impossible position of being snobs about their work and not posting, to being labeled opportunists and copyright trolls because they take offense when people copy their image without getting paid,” said David C. Deal, founder and principal attorney at The Law Office of David C. Deal in Charlottesville, Virginia. “At no […]
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Is It Time for the U.S. Supreme Court to Review Incentive Awards to Class Reps?
At least two petitions for a writ of certiorari are pending before the U.S. Supreme Court over incentive awards, which compensate class representatives for their added time and work. Click Here To Read The Full Article
1 Dean to Lead Rutgers Law for First Time Since 2015 Merger of Campuses
The new law dean is set to take over July 3. Click Here To Read The Full Article
University of Hawaii Law School Receives $500K Gift for Faculty Professorships
“Hawai i is often listed as one of the most expensive places to live in the world, and our cost of living is one of the highest in the nation,” Dean Camille Nelson said in a statement. “This gift allows us to be more competitive with continental law schools which often offer more lucrative faculty […]
Vermont Law and Chapman Fowler Law Both Announce New Deans
Two law schools—Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law and Vermont Law and Graduate School—have announced the appointment of their next law deans. Click Here To Read The Full Article