How a US Court Ruled Whether France's Right of Publicity Law Is Descendible

Claud Mccoid

Battles about celebrities’ estates usually end up in litigation, but a modern court docket ruling involving the estate of French oceanic explorer, environmentalist and documentary filmmaker Jacques Cousteau incorporated a not-usually-seen right of publicity consideration: how a U.S. court docket determines whether or not right-of-publicity safety in yet another country is descendible.

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The Age of the Lawyer: Africa's Free Trade Deal Means New Laws, New Business

At the time up and jogging, the financial bloc of 1.3 billion folks will be the world’s largest trade zone and is expected to raise Africa’s full GDP to above $3.4 trillion. It could suggest big enterprise for legislation corporations with the right profile.