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An article authored by Donna Frosco and Betsy Dale was selected for publication in the 30th Anniversary Edition of the Entertainment Art & Sports |Law Journal, a publication of the New Your State Bar Association. The article, “Honey Badger May Not Care, But You Should: A 1930’s Film Star, A 30 Year Old Legal Test, & Trademark in the Age of Digital Content,” examines a recent ruling relating to video content, the opportunity for content authors to protect and monetize their viral works and commercial appropriation of trademarks that enter the American lexicon via social media and digital platforms. To learn how a 30 year-old 2nd Circuit trademark case, Federico Fellini and Ginger Rodgers relates to today’s viral social media – follow this link to the article:

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