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Intellectual Property – Copyright Act – Termination Provisions – Trusts & Estates – Artist’s Widow – Special Administrator (access required)

Plaintiffs, James Brown’s adult children, allege that defendants—Brown’s widow, his youngest child, his estate’s personal representative, and the limited special administrator and limited special trustee of Brown’s estate and trust—have entered into agreements which violate the termination provisions of the ...

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Lawyers in the News – March 30

Steve Benjamin, the Mayor of Columbia, has joined The Charleston Group, based in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where he will co-chair the Firm’s extensive Public Finance and Affordable Housing Practices. Julie Medich has joined Nexsen Pruet in the firm’s Charleston office. ...

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4th Circuit suspends oral argument rule

In another example of how quickly courts are moving to accommodate the need to practice social distancing in order to contain the novel SARS-COV-2 coronavirus, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has suspended a rule that requires parties to ...

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