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Live From Instagram, We Present to You: #Verzuz

 by Tequila Higgins Over the past two and a half months, most of Americans have been coming up with some of the most creative ways to keep ourselves entertained as we battle this pandemic, COVID-19. From virtual meetings, birthday parties to...

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Justice For Ahmaud Arbery: Meet The Black Lawyer Crew

by Tequila Higgins On February 23, 2020 Ahmaud Arbery, an unarmed 25 year old Black man, was gunned down in a South Georgia neighborhood in broad daylight due to a father (Greg McMichael) and son (Trevor McMichael) “policing” their...

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Megan Thee Stallion v Carl Crawford/1501 Certified Ent.

by Tequila Higgins Back on March 2, 2020, Megan Pete (aka Megan Thee Stallion) filed a lawsuit against her label, 1501 Certified Entertainment and its CEO Carl Crawford, asking for $1M and a termination of her contract. She claimed that the label...

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Tom Brady Takes Tampa by Trademark

image via wikipedia Following his move to Tampa Bay, former Patriots quarterback Tom Brady seeks to capitalize off of his new location, according to the New York Post. Brady, who made an unsuccessful attempt to trademark “Tom...

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She Can Stop: Miley Cyrus Settles $300 Million “We Can’t Stop” Claim

by Khadija Dukes Just as her ex-lover, Liam Hemsworth, is slapped with a copyright infringement suit, Miley Cyrus settles hers for $300 million, according to Reuters.com. Cyrus’ popular yet controversial hit, “We Can’t...

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It’s Not so Romantic: Liam Hemsworth Sued for Copyright Infringement

After starring in the film, Isn’t It Romantic, in early 2019, actor Liam Hemsworth sought to promote the movie by posting a production photo to his personal Instagram page. However, the actor did not seek or attain approval to use the...

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Disney Won’t be Able to Let this one Go: Frozen 2 Trademark Dispute

Disney is in the headlines once again, and not because of Baby Yoda. The highly anticipated sequel to Frozen 2 was met with high box office sales– almost doubling that of its predecessor. However, much like Frozen, the sequel has coined a...

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California Enacts Fair Pay to Play Act

courtesy of NY Times College athletes in the state of California are #winning with the passage of the Fair Pay to Play Act. This law needs to be adopted nationwide. Colleges and the NCAA have been profiting for over a hundred years from their...

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Beyonce Still Unable to Obtain Trademark for Blue Ivy

by Williametta Garnett In true Queen B fashion, Beyoncé will put her family first with business falling. The global music icon has declared her first-born Blue Ivy Carter “a cultural icon” in her battle to have the name...

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LeBron Denied on "Taco Tuesday" Trademark

by Khadija James Taco-lovers around the world can breathe a sigh of relief because NBA star and entrepreneur Lebron James’ application to trademark the term ‘Taco Tuesday’ was rejected by the United States Patent and Trademark...

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