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VOLUME 6 | NUMBER 1 | SPRING 2019
 
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IN THIS ISSUE
 
Message from the Editor
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The ELIPS Law Journal
is published by the Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property Section
 

EDITORIAL STAFF:

Jonathan Larr, Executive Editor
Madisson Blum, Editor

 

 
 
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Message from the Editor
 
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Jonathan Larr

This issue of the ELIPS Law Journal is unique because it includes articles on numerous cutting edge legal issues. One article involves a patent issue that might be granted certiorari by the Supreme Court any day. Another reflects one of the first efforts to build a framework for a new area of law, namely podcast law. The last two discuss very recent changes in the law and what effects those changes will have on the music business and the video game industry, respectively.

If you would like to write for future editions please contact me at JonathanLarr@IcarusLaw.com.

Thanks,
Jonathan Larr
Icarus Law
http://icaruslaw.com

 
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Articles
 
Evaluating Standing for Inter Partes Review Appeals

Robert Taylor


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Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor is in-house counsel at j2 Global, Inc., a digital media and cloud services company. Prior to joining j2, Robert clerked in the Central District of California and worked as an intellectual property associate at Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Robert earned his law degree from New York University School of Law and his undergraduate degree in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley.

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The Systematization Of Podcast Law: Bringing Structure Into Chaos

Jonathan Larr


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Jonathan Larr
 
Jonathan Larr is a music attorney at Icarus Law, a full service Entertainment law firm. Jonathan received his law degree from the University of San Diego and his undergraduate degree from Tufts University. He is a recovering artist manager and has over a decade of experience in the music industry. The photo to the left might look familiar because he is also the editor of this Journal. You can reach him (me) at  JonathanLarr@icaruslaw.com.

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The Music Modernization Act?

Tyler G. Garber and Meghan Moroney


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Tyler G. Garber
Tyler G. Garber is a recent graduate of Southwestern Law School’s SCALE program where she focused on entertainment and media law. She was a Law Clerk for the Entertainment and the Arts Legal Clinic and a Staff Member of the Journal of International Media and Entertainment Law. You can contact her at garber.tyler@gmail.com

 

 
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Meghan M. Moroney
Meghan M. Moroney, Esq. is a transactional entertainment attorney based in Los Angeles, California. Meghan is the Vice President, Business & Legal Affairs at Crypt TV where she oversees a variety of issues relating to domestic and international scripted, non-scripted and animated content. Meghan received her B.A. from New York University in 2006, and her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School in 2011. She currently serves as Treasurer of the Entertainment Law & Intellectual Property Section of the LACBA. You can contact her at meghan@moroneylaw.com.

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California Class Action Litigation Over Loot Boxes

Yen-Shyang Tseng


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Yen-Shyang Tseng
Yen-Shyang Tseng is an appellate attorney at Horvitz & Levy LLP, a law firm in Burbank that specializes in civil appellate litigation. He has represented clients in the California Supreme Court, California Court of Appeals, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and in state and federal trial courts. He currently serves on the executive committee of the LACBA Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property Section. You can contact him at ytseng@horvitzlevy.com.

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