Completely True, Except for the Parts That Were Totally Made Up: Was “Inventing Anna” Defamatory?

With the rise in popularity of documentaries and docu-series comes the rise in defamation lawsuits as real-life individuals watch their lives unfold on-screen. The most recent case involves Rachel DeLoache Williams, a former Vanity Fair photo editor and former friend of Anna Sorokin (also known as Anna Delvey) who is...

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Skating Over Copyright Law

Move over Beethoven and Tchaikovsky. After the Sochi Winter Olympic Games in 2014, the International Skating Union changed its rules in figure skating competitions to allow figure skaters to skate to music with lyrics to appeal to younger audiences who tune in to watch the Olympics (goodbye Swan Lake!). Now...

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