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Defamation by Docudrama – Inventing Anna



In this episode of The Briefing by the IP Law BlogScott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a defamation dispute between Rachel Williams – a victim of con artist Anna Sorokin – and Netflix, over her portrayal in the docudrama “Inventing Anna.”

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Could Netflix Be Liable in “When They See Us” Defamation Case?



Dark background, with text reading 'Could Netflix Be Liable in When They See Us Defamation Case' In this week’s episode of The Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss a defamation lawsuit filed by a former Manhattan prosecutor against Netflix over her portrayal in the “When They See Us” series.

Watch the full episode on the Weintraub YouTube channel, here.

 


Space Erotica Flick Not Infringed by Black Mirror



Graphic Title: Space Erotica Flick Not Infringed by Black MirrorThis week on the Briefing by the IP Law Blog, Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss the copyright lawsuit over a Black Mirror episode starring Miley Cyrus, the plot of which filmmaker Geoffrey Blair Hajim said was lifted from his film “Strange Frame: Love and Sax.”

Watch the episode on the “The Briefing from the IP Law Blog” YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/X1A3lKS7a8s


Defamation Lawsuit Against Netflix Dropped + New York Protects Dead Celebrities



Scott Hervey and Josh Escovedo discuss two topics in this episode of The Briefing. First, they talk about GEO Group’s defamation lawsuit against Netflix over the show “Messiah,” just dropped. Then, at 8:20, they move onto New York’s new post-mortem Right of Publicity law.

The video recording of this conversation is on Weintraub Tobin’s YouTube channel.

For more information on the New York statute, read Scott’s post on the IP Law Blog: I See Dead People…Filing Lawsuits in New York.