In the on-line magazine The Wrap, Partner Frank Scibilia, a member of Pryor Cashman's Litigation, Intellectual Property and DIgital Media Groups, discusses the legal implications of using copyrighted music in political satires, performed or recorded by radio personalities (such as on The Rush Limbaugh Show’, sketch comedy troupes, and (sometimes) the candidates themselves.
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