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Jamie is an associate in the Firm’s Entertainment & Media group, where she represents a wide variety of talent, including writers, directors, and actors in scripted television and film projects as well as digital content creators in transactions across various digital verticals, including high-level brand collaborations, podcasts, and partnerships.

An Illinois judge rejected a copyright infringement claim brought by rapper Gutta, alleging that a song released by hip-hop artist Future infringed his rights. Scott Hervey and Jamie Lincenberg talk about this dispute on this episode of The Briefing.Continue Reading The Briefing: Judge Finds Lyrics and Themes “Guns, Money, and Jewelry” Too Commonplace for Copyright Protection

A photographer is suing a real estate media site for copyright infringement after publishing several of his photos without permission. Scott Hervey and Jamie Lincenberg discuss this case and explain how media companies can handle similar situations in a post-Warhol world on this episode of The Briefing.Continue Reading The Briefing: Court Rejects Post-Warhol Fair Use Defense in Photographer’s Copyright Lawsuit

The rise of deepfakes is a growing concern within the entertainment industry. Scott Hervey and Jamie Lincenberg discuss this and the intersection between free speech and protected rights on this episode of The Briefing.

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In the case of Brandy Melville v Redbubble, a three judge appellate panel explored whether an owner of an online market place is liable for contributory trademark infringement. Scott Hervey and Jamie Lincenberg discuss this on this episode of The Briefing.Continue Reading The Briefing: Shedding Light on ‘Willful Blindness’: Brandy Melville v Redbubble