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Is Donald Trump’s controversial reputation sufficient to refer to him as “Libel Proof”? On one hand, with Trump’s numerous statements dating back decades about how he objectifies women and his recently leaked statements he calls “locker room talk,” it’s hard to see how his reputation on this point could get...

In the 2016 presidential race, there is more third-party support than at any other time in recent history. Gary Johnson's candidacy provides an alternative to the two major party candidates. The Greens' Jill Stein offers a progressive alternative to the Democrats' decidedly un-progressive move to the right. The fact that most...

The adult industry news newtwork Xbiz published an article where Marc Randazza comments on the case filed by The Slants, an Asian American rock band. The case will be heard by the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court's decision may effect the decision on NFL's Washington Redskins trademark case. Industry attorney Marc...

A recent case in Florida federal court provides a reminder of how important it is to plead sufficient allegations against every defendant, even unidentified John Does.  COR Clearing, LLC v. Investorhub.com, Inc., Case No. 4:16-mc-00013-RH-CAS (N.D. Fla. May 11, 2016) is a case about unmasking anonymous Internet posters, but because...

The Lawyer Herald, an online legal news publication, wrote Friday that a brief filed in the case of Paramount Pictures v. Axanar Productions has "spark[ed] debate." Language Creation Society has recently filed an amicus brief on behalf of the defendants, arguing the merits of whether the Klingon language could be copyrighted. The...

The United Kingdom's IT publication, The Register, recently published an article describing attorney Marc Randazza's efforts to keep the Klingon language from copyright encroachment. But, the Language Creation Society says, although it is "understandable that Paramount might feel some sense of ownership over the creation," the reality is that it has...

Irish online entertainment news site Entertainment.ie recently published an article on Marc Randazza's amicus brief fighting for legal independence of the Klingon language. Fans have gone on to create fully working English-Klingon dictionaries. However, Paramount CBS, the creators behind Star Trek, are now locked in a legal battle with hardcore fans...

On Thursday, the popular online legal blog Lawyerist praised Marc Randazza's amicus brief submitted in the case Paramount Pictures v. Axanar Productions. Randazza, the managing partner of Randazza Legal Group, filed his brief arguing that the Klingon language should be protected from copyright control by Paramount. The Lawyerist wrote: Marc Randazza...