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28 Dec 2011, 10:24 am by David M. Ward
About a year ago, I wrote and "produced" a simple video about a new lawyer attending his first ABA Convention. This was around the time the ABA was considering new rules to regulate attorneys behavior online and the video played off that theme and an ad hoc write-in campaign to tell the ABA to back off. The ABA didn't go nuclear on us, but I don't think my video was the reason. What my video did do was get a lot of attorneys watching it and sharing the link with… [read post]
4 Apr 2011, 8:09 pm by David Oxenford
The FCC has granted an extension of time to submit comments in its proceeding to re-institute video description rules for television programming.  Comments are now due April 28th, and Reply Comments are due by May 27th.  A copy of the FCC's recent Order extending the deadline is available here.  As we wrote about earlier (here), this rule making proceeding seeks to reinstate the Commission's prior video description rules with certain modifications, as required by the Twenty-First Century… [read post]
19 Aug 2012, 8:12 pm by Gerry Oginski
Oginski-Law.comWhen bringing a lawsuit for injuries you suffered because of an accident or improper medical care in New York, did you know that there's a good chance the defense attorney and his insurance company will hire a private investigator to catch you on video?"Doing what?" you ask.Doing what you say you can't do, of course.Let's say you give pre-trial testimony that you are unable to play basketball because of your injuries. Or maybe you claim you can't ski or paint or do other types of… [read post]
17 Oct 2011, 1:40 pm by admin
By Gregg Katz Despite being an over $25 billion a year industry, and being bigger than other entertainment industries, video games are still often described as childish.  Roger Ebert is infamous in the gaming community for stating that “video games can never be art.”  Another criticism is that they invite emulation, especially games such as Grand Theft Auto, which has been used in criminal trials as part of the defense team’s argument.  However, as the Supreme Court recently ruled (PDF) in… [read post]
2 Sep 2010, 9:29 am by Joseph C. McDaniel
There's an old gag that says that talk is cheap, until you hire a lawyer!So I started making some educational bankruptcy videos to help my clients understand some parts of bankruptcy law and analysis, because some people won't read. Some folks like to read, some hate it. No big. So, realizing that my goal of educating the planet on bankruptcy law was in jeopardy, I made my first batch of bankruptcy videos. And, boy, were they bad!!! Yowsa!!Then I gave up and started over, and did another thirty-five… [read post]
29 Aug 2011, 9:05 am by Chris Ballard
It seems like everyone these days is a producer.  From YouTube videos to home movies, everyone is considered an expert video producer.  Before you choose somebody to produce a Day in the Life exhibit for your case, consider these tips:    1.  Experience counts.  Make sure that your video producer has plenty of years of experience in producing trial evidence videos.  The last thing you want is to have your original video exhibit chopped up or scenes deleted due to unfavorable rulings from the… [read post]
26 Dec 2013, 8:08 am by Harry Cole
Commission considers mandating captioning of video “clips”. For the last year or so, the law has required a sizable chunk of U.S. video programming displayed on the Internet to be closed captioned. One type of programming has, however, been exempt from that requirement: video “clips” don’t need to be captioned, as opposed to “full-length” programming which, for the most part, does. But now the FCC is considering closing that loophole, and the Media… [read post]
11 Oct 2012, 5:00 am by Ruth Carter
Cholla Trail Landmark – Camelback Mountain by Dru Bloomfield – At Home in Scottsdale Last week Pete Kosednar was hiking on Camelback Mountain when he saw a woman on the trail who didn’t have her dog on a leash. He turned on his video camera and asked her is she knew that her dog was supposed to be leashed. She didn’t appreciate being filmed and reacted by swearing at him and hitting him. Check out the video for yourself. Was Pete Kosednar wrong to film this woman? No! She was in a public… [read post]
6 Jul 2011, 5:00 am by Ashley Moye
During the last visit from our LexisNexis representative, my curiosity and interest were piqued beyond belief when I was graced with a brief demo of LexisNexis® for Microsoft Office.  Horrifyingly enough, this isn’t a new product – which only serves to make me feel out of the loop and like a failure as a librarian.  Hence I’m taking the opportunity to share this treasure with all of you, thus redeeming myself as a professional. LexisNexis®for Microsoft Office is available… [read post]
11 Oct 2012, 5:00 am by Ruth Carter
Cholla Trail Landmark – Camelback Mountain by Dru Bloomfield – At Home in Scottsdale Last week Pete Kosednar was hiking on Camelback Mountain when he saw a woman on the trail who didn’t have her dog on a leash. He turned on his video camera and asked her is she knew that her dog was supposed to be leashed. She didn’t appreciate being filmed and reacted by swearing at him and hitting him. Check out the video for yourself. Was Pete Kosednar wrong to film this woman? No! She… [read post]
19 Dec 2013, 9:13 am by David Oxenford
Closed captioning of video programming repurposed to the Internet has been an obligation of television stations for over a year.  Thus far, most stations have been able to comply with the requirements – as those requirements have only applied to full programs that were captioned when broadcast over the air, and then carried over to the Internet, either in whole or in segments that comprise essentially all of the program.  Now, the FCC is asking if any program excerpt should be… [read post]
28 Aug 2010, 5:09 pm by Joseph C. McDaniel
There are a lot of bankruptcy blogs around these days. And somewhere out there, there's the best bankruptcy blog in the United States, and for that matter, the best bankruptcy blog in Arizona, or the best bankruptcy blog in Phoenix! This bankruptcy blog is a labor of love, started about two and a half years ago, and the last time I checked I'd discussed about five hundred different consumer and small business bankruptcy topics, from the bankruptcy discharge to the automatic stay to the bankruptcy… [read post]
10 Oct 2013, 3:44 pm
With new technology constantly emerging, general communication has become easier through Skype, WebEx, ooVoo, and numerous other video chat and conferencing programs. The legal profession has also seen the effects of newer technology, particularly through online mediation. Online mediation has its own set of benefits when the circumstances are right and the logistics of meeting in person are difficult due to the geographical locations of the participants. While online mediation is becoming more… [read post]
27 Mar 2012, 4:05 am by Mark Methenitis
Video games have come a long way. Within decades, they have gone from a fringe hobby to a major industry. But as sales increased and the market expanded, small and significant debates took place. As a child, your parents are gatekeepers between you and the world at large. If you had your preference, you might wear a motorcycle helmet and a clown suit to school, eat candy for lunch, and train the dog to do your chores. But, you do not have your preference. The adults in your life make… [read post]
15 Apr 2014, 9:19 am by David Melancon
While shopping at a Brookshire Brothers' grocery store, Skylur Johnson slipped and fell on a wet substance on the floor in one of the aisles. Ms. Johnson claimed that as a result of the fall she sustained a medial meniscus tear to her right knee and also injured her right shoulder and arm. She later filed a lawsuit against Brookshire Brothers--Johnson v. Brookshire Brothers, Inc., alleging that Brookshire Brothers was liable to her under Louisiana's merchant liability statute, La. R.S. 9:2800.6… [read post]
10 Jun 2010, 8:00 am by Jerry Sisk
If you understand German let me know what they say. [read post]