'That's Hot' (as in Stolen): Paris Hilton v. Hallmark Cards on Right of Publicity Law


Hollywood socialite Paris Hilton is best known for her flamboyant lifestyle and reality television show, "The Simple Life." She is now also the topic of conversation around law firm water coolers, and not just for her recent arrest for cocaine possession. Hilton has joined the likes of Tiger Woods, Elvis Presley, Vanna Whie, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and The Three Stooges as celebrities who have set precedent in right of publicity law.

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