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

May 2006     Vol. 29, No. 3

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  Features
 
 

22nd Annual Entertainment Law Issue

Game Over
While the typical video game development contract is drafted by publishers, counsel for developers can take steps to negotiate a better deal

By Jim Charne

Days of Our Lives
Although the Labor Code provides limited exemptions under collective bargaining agreements, most wage and hour regulations apply equally to union and nonunion production companies

By Jeffrey K. Winikow

That's Advertainment!
As the integration of brands into entertainment becomes more sophisticated, programming my be scrutinized under the commercial speech doctrine

By Benjamin R. Mulcahy

 
  Departments  
 

Barristers Tips
Authorship Issues in Entertainment Contracts

By Susan Rabin and Christopher Q. Pham

Practice Tips
Paparazzi Exposed to Expanded Liability
By Ann Loeb and Jonathan E. Stern

Tax Tips
New Tax Rules Governing the Use of Private Aircraft
By Bradford S. Cohen and James W. Chapman

By the Book
Produced By...
Reviewed By Gary S. Raskin

Computer Counselor
Putting Internet Search Engines to New Uses
By Carole Levitt and Mark E. Rosch

Closing Argument
Who's Afraid of Digital Downloads?
By Brooke A. Wharton

 
 

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