Is Grease the Word?

Earlier this month, New York federal district court Judge Laura Taylor Swain denied a motion to dismiss a case filed by Sketchworks Industrial Strength Comedy Inc. seeking to obtain the court’s preemptive declaration that its musical Vape, which it created as an alleged parody of the musical Grease, constitutes “fair...

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“The Vaccinated Workplace: Recent Developments and Controversies,” by Jill Kahn Marshall and Deena R. Merlen

With President Biden announcing that all adults in the United States should be eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine by April 19 and Covid-19 restrictions being lifted or eased throughout much of the country, many businesses that had remained shuttered or remote throughout the pandemic are considering the return of...

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Congratulations to RPJ Client Amy Powers on the Release of her First Book “No Degree Required: Network Marketing the Ivy League Way”

RPJ friend and client, noted songwriter and now author Amy Powers, just released her first book to critical acclaim! A graduate of Harvard Law and Columbia Business Schools, in “No Degree Required: Network Marketing the Ivy League Way,” Amy guides her readers on how to master the “Ivy League” blueprint...

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