Resolving ownership issues involving the use of a famous person's image, likeness or voice for publicity can be complicated, says intellectual property attorney Jonathan Faber who comments on King movie, Allen cases.
"This is the most significant case the Supreme Court has heard involving voting rights in many, many years," says Professor Michael Jude Pitts. "Section 5's survival is at stake. Minority voters stand to lose some of the significant advances that have been made over the last several decades."
Christmas holiday sales online are expected to total about $32 billion this year.
Online shoppers need to be as savvy about safety while shopping as their "bricks and mortar" counterparts are. Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis Professor James P. Nehf offers this "Top Five Ways to Safely Shop Online" list.
The untold story is that white children born to unwed moms face challenges similar to those of black children of unwed moms, IUPUI social work Professor Lorraine Blackman says. Blackman and her students offer prevention and coping tips for addressing unwed parenthood.
On Jan. 9, 2008, the U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in a case that will determine whether an Indiana law requiring all voters to present a government-issued photo ID before voting is unconstitutional and unfairly impacts the elderly, the poor and minorities. An Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis expert is available for media interviews regarding the case.
Experts from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) discuss the 2008 presidential campaign. Topics include Mitt Romney's remarks about his religious beliefs; campaign financing; religion and politics; political polling, and African American voters.
Media experts from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) sound off on the 2008 presidential candidates. Topics include: women as serious presidential candidates; voters and affluent politicians; the role of exit polls; religion and the election; Mormonism and the presidency.