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Category: Business Law

Banned Books, Penguin and Ebooks

There has been a flurry of coverage in the news this past fall and winter about banning books. According to the American Library Association’s Office for Information Freedom, there is now a 60% year to year increase in book challenges in American schools and libraries. Some experts believe that this

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COVID-19 Small Business Resources (Updating)

“If there is something to be done—do it, without any need to worry; if there’s nothing to be done, worrying about it further will not help.” – His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet This page is provided by MORIN Entertainment Law, as a public service to our clients,

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Business Basics for Creatives™

MORIN Entertainment Law with Association Internationale du Film d’Animation (ASIFA-South), presents, Business Basics for Creatives™, a 5-part series offering freelance creatives guidance on setting up a business entity (Pt. 1), employment contracts (Pt. 2), intellectual property (Pt. 3), collaborations (Pt. 4), and financing, growth, and exit strategies (Pt. 5). All

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International Art Crime and Wartime Looting

Wartime looting is as ancient as our earliest documented civilizations, in Egypt, Greece, and Rome[1]. In these early empires and dynasties, and throughout most of civilized human history, wartime looting followed the mantra “to the victor belong the spoils;” thus, it was not regarded as a crime. Vanquishers prominently displayed

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