MEMBER BLOGS OF THE MONTH

Welcome to our blogs of the month! Each month we will feature two blogs.

This month (September 2015), it’s Arash Hashemi’s Blog and Matthew Swanlund’s “Aesthetically Speaking

Arash HashemiBlog (http://www.HashemiLaw.com/blog)

“Posts explain criminal justice concepts by using examples of California cases.”
ArashHashemi

Reality TV Star Loredana Nesci Stabbed to Death

Reality TV star Loredana Nesci was found dead in her Redondo Beach, California home on July 22, 2015. She was known as the cop turned lawyer on SundanceTV’s Loredana, Esq. It is alleged that the 47 year old star had an argument with her boyfriend Robert Reagan the night before. At 7:20am on the 22nd the police received an anonymous… [Read More]


Matthew SwanlundAesthetically Speaking 

(http://www.aestheticlegal.com/myths2.html)

“Discuss legal issues that are relevant to the art, entertainment, real estate and design industries.”

MatthewSwanlund

THE ARCHITECTURE OF COPYRIGHT LAW

The opening of The Broad, Eli and Edythe Broad’s mecca of contemporary art, on September 20, 2015, brings into sharp focus the importance of architecture as an art form in and of itself. While the collection of artworks on display within the museum will assuredly be iconic, it is the building itself, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, that continues to put Los Angeles on the architectural design map. There has always been a complex relationship between art and architecture, and the law applicable to both endeavors. Architects have been granted broad protections under the Copyright Act, but should the law go farther and grant even more protection? [Read More]

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