Women’s Rights: No Joke, Then or Now

Last week, on Wednesday, September 20, mockery of sexual assault and the #MeToo movement was once again used as a means of engaging an audience: in response to the accusations of sexual assault recently brought by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, South Carolina Representative Ralph...

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RPJ Partner Deena R. Merlen Announces CLE Program on Legal Pitfalls in Advertising and Marketing

With technology and social media changing the game for advertising at an ever increasing pace, companies and marketers are trying to stay ahead of the curve while avoiding a wide range of legal pitfalls involving rights clearance, advertising to children, substantiation and other vital issues. On Tuesday, October 2, RPJ...

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RPJ Client Ingrid Fetell Lee Celebrates Book Release

RPJ congratulates our client Ingrid Fetell Lee on the September 4 release of her book Joyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness, in which she explains how to create and foster a happier, healthier life by making small changes to your surroundings and home décor. Ms. Lee...

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