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20 Oct 2009, 11:00 pm
Tate (Assistant Professor of Law, SMU Dedman School of Law), Mitchell Gans (Professor of Law, Hofstra University School of Law), and Jonathan G. [read post]
11 Oct 2009, 4:00 am
Crawford (professor of law, Pace Law School) and Mitchell Gans (professor of law, Hofstra University School of Law) have posted on SSRN their article entitled Sticky Copyrights: Discriminatory Tax Restraints on the Transfer of Intellectual Property, 67 Wash.... [read post]
27 Aug 2009, 5:00 am
Crawford (Pace) & Mitchell Gans (Hofstra) have posted Sticky Copyrights: Discriminatory Tax Restraints on the Transfer of Intellectual Property, 66 Wash. [read post]
27 Apr 2009, 12:00 pm
From the press release: Mitchell Gans, JD, is the Steven A. [read post]
2 Feb 2009, 7:08 pm
I've mentioned the debate between SMU law professor Joshua Tate and the team of Mitchell Gans, Bridget Crawford, and Jonathan Blattmachr regarding the taxation and disposition of postmortem publicity rights. [read post]
17 Sep 2008, 12:00 pm
 Quoting Mitchell Gans, a law professor at Hofstra University, the Times points out the particular problem that occurs when the plan is not an equal distribution among the beneficiaries and the less favored beneficiaries react with anger:   Kids do get angry at being cut off, but if you say nothing their anger will be directed not at you, but at the favored child. [read post]
9 Sep 2008, 3:35 pm
Joshua Tate revisits an April 2008 essay in The Yale Law Journal Pocket Part by Mitchell Gans, Bridget Crawford, and Jonathan Blattmachr, who argued that recent state legislation recognizing postmortem publicity rights fails to take into account the likely estate tax consequences. [read post]
8 Sep 2008, 7:11 pm
In an April 2008 essay in The Yale Law Journal Pocket Part, Mitchell Gans, Bridget Crawford, and Jonathan Blattmachr argue that recent state legislation recognizing postmortem publicity rights fails to take into account the likely estate tax consequences. [read post]
19 Aug 2008, 11:49 pm
    Joann Grossman and Mitchell Gans, in their article, "Heath Ledger's Estate: Why Daughter Matilda, Who Was Left Nothing in Her Father's Will, Might Have a Claim to Everything" examines the issues of where Heath Ledger was domiciled, which jurisdiction's law will govern the distribution of his estate, and whether the tabloid reports about another child fathered many years ealier are true. [read post]
30 May 2008, 7:07 am
Law professors Joanna Grossman and Mitchell Gans, both of Hofstra University, published an interesting two-part article dissecting the outcome of Heath Ledger's untimely death from a probate point of view. [read post]
15 May 2008, 12:00 pm
FindLaw: Heath Ledger's Estate: Why Daughter Matilda, Who Was Left Nothing in Her Father's Will, Might Have a Claim to Everything (Part 1, Part 2), by Joanna Grossman (Hofstra) & Mitchell Gans (Hofstra): [Heath Ledger and Brokeback Mountain] co-star Michelle... [read post]