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Revenge Porn's Hunter Moore Hit With $250K Defamation Judgment

Revenge porn website operator Hunter Moore has been hit with a $250,000 defamation judgment brought against him by James McGibney, the CEO of anti-bullying website Bullyville.com.


Stating the Terms

How many of you have ever read the terms and conditions on websites that you frequent? I often say that drafting online agreements is some of the loneliest work a lawyer can do. Usually, even the webmaster stops reading after a few paragraphs.

Marc J. Randazza ·

Moving to Nevada

The recent Los Angeles condom ordinance has caused many industry insiders to speculate that large swaths of the adult entertainment industry might relocate to Las Vegas. Relocating a company’s entire operation is a large – and potentially expensive – undertaking. Accordingly, there have been few traffic jams involving moving vans full of porn companies’ worldly possessions. However, our firm has seen an uptick in the number of companies seeking to take the first step – incorporating in Nevada. This “moving on paper” to Nevada can be advantageous, even for companies that never intend to leave their home state, and even for companies that do not have any connection to California.

Adult Industry Attorney Beth Hutchens Honored for LGBT Work

Phoenix’s LGBT community honored attorney Beth Hutchens for her work with the city’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.

Adult Biz Attorney Randazza on VegasInc Top Lawyer List

Adult industry attorney Marc Randazza recently was named as one of Las Vegas’ top lawyers for 2012 by VegasInc, a local business news weekly.

Randazza Legal Group: The Case for Relocating Porn Production to Las Vegas

Attorney Marc J. Randazza of the Randazza Legal Group discuss the very good business, legal and logistical reasons for relocating porn production to Las Vegas.


Decision May Signal Change For Copyright Law

Earlier this month, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rendered what may be a crucial decision for the future of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act in Viacom vs. YouTube. While the decision sent much of the case back to the New York trial court for more litigation, many portions of the 2nd Circuit’s decision, concerning the knowledge required to find copyright infringement, may have profound consequences for useruploaded sites like tube sites and file lockers, and those whose content ends up on them.

J. Malcolm Devoy ·

Industry Attorney Randazza Defends Rush Limbaugh in CNN Op-Ed

Industry attorney and First Amendment specialist Marc Randazza defended conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh's right to be heard in a special CNN.com report today.


XXX Revenue Reporting?

They say that the only certainties in life are death and taxes. Here, we will deal with the less morbid end of that equation, but one that is a more immediate peril — new tax regulations that will affect all online businesses.