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Friday, September 22, 2006

Seizing O.J.'s Right To Publicity

I've been meaning to post on this since I heard about it a few days ago, but Eugene Volokh saved me the trouble with an interesting post on Fred Goldman's attempt to seize O.J.'s right of publicity.  The case will turn in part on whether the right to publicity is viewed as property or as something kind-of-like-property-but-not-quite-property.

Ben Barros

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