Constitutional Law Criminal Law Litigation

Oregon Upskirt Case Shows How Old Laws Can’t Catch New Crimes

They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but 61 year old Patrick Buono of Portland Oregon learned that by crouching way down in the aisle of a store he could take cellphone pictures up girl’s skirts. He admittedly did that in a Beavertown Oregon Target store and captured an “upskirt” picture of […]

Copyright Law Litigation

Enter the Lawyers!: Bruce Lee’s Estate’s Lawsuit Against Target, Urban Outfitters Can Proceed

The dead can keep earning. Bruce Lee died in 1973, but his family still owns the rights to his imagery and persona.  So its a little shocking to see some large retailers like Target and Urban Outfitters decide to distribute T-Shirts for sale with some of his most iconic images emblazoned on the front, without […]