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Los Angeles Lawyer
The Magazine of the Los Angeles County Bar Association

 
   
 

Table of Contents

May 2010     Vol. 33, No. 3

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  Features
 
 

Hard Money
The financing of independent films through contingent promissory notes is likely subject to state and federal securities laws

By John W. Cones

Boxing Match
The litigation over Redbox's distribution of DVDs demonstrates that, even when intellectual property rights are involved, a concerted refusal to deal can draw antitrust scrutiny

By Robert G. Badal, Caroline Kane, and Bethany Stevens

Copy Caveats
Courts continue to struggle to define the limits of permitted copying of entertainment in light of new technologies

By Miles Feldman and Daniel Fiore

 
  Departments  
 

From the Chair
By Caroline Y. Bussin, Gary S. Raskin, and Thomas H. Vidal

Barristers Tips
Preventing Idea Submissions from Being Stolen
By Paul Menes

Practice Tips
The Future of the FCC's New Indecency Policy
By John F. Stephens and Matthew G. Stein

Tax Tips
The Taxation of Deferred Compensation in Standard Service Agreements
By Bradford S. Cohen and Robin C. Gilden

Closing Argument
How Can a Lawyer Become a Producer?
Michael J. Weiss

 
 

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