Jackson Walker VIA Media Postcard - January 2011


In This Issue:

Stacy Allen Speaks:

Monetizing A Virtual Identity – The recent class action case Keller v. Electronic Arts seeks to clarify the lines between the right to publicity, copyright law, and the right to free speech in the digital world -- and may end up changing the game for electronic gaming.


As a part of the "JW Knows" video series, JW Media attorneys Chip Babcock and Bob Latham speak on areas of the litigation practice that JW is proud to excel in. WatchChip Babcock in Trial Graphics and Bob Latham in Eastern District of Texas.

Bob Latham Reporting:

Our roving media attorney writes a monthly column (republished here by permission) for Sports Travel magazine. This month's topic: Time Passages - Rare World Series footage reveals a refreshing era when even the most significant games were shorter.

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