In the first copyright case ever considered by the U.S. Supreme Court, Star Athletica, LLC v. Variety Brands, Inc., the high court found on March 22, 2017 that decorative elements of a cheerleading uniform could be protected by copyright law. Continue reading
In the Wall Street Journal…amazing what you can find when seeking something other than politics. And a curator of the NC Museum of Art was at the center of the mystery. Continue reading
I am pleased to share a great article on the recent reform of German insolvency law regarding avoiding pre-insolvency transactions by my good friend and colleague Annerose Tashiro, a leading cross-border insolvency specialist in Germany. This is important in the event a contract counter-party becomes insolvent in Germany. Also, German avoidance laws are likely applicable should an insolvent German company also file a Chapter 15 proceeding in the U.S.