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This article will try to separate fact from fiction and provide insight into the development of adult content prohibitions.
Walters Law Group has announced that Lawrence G. Walters is a nominee for the 2022 XBIZ Exec Awards, online edition, as "Community Figure of the Year."
#SexTalkTuesday has announced that First Amendment expert and adult industry attorney Lawrence G. Walters, of Walters Law Group, will serve as guest moderator for this week's edition of the Twitter-based chat show to discuss the legal issues "currently impacting content creators and the wider adult industry" from 5-6 p.m. (PDT).
The holder of the OnlyFans trademark has recently won several intellectual property cases at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) against a number of sites allegedly engaging in infringement.
In the blink of an eye, former President Trump was gone from social media. Facebook and Twitter suspended his accounts for violating their community guidelines.
Adult business operators are forced to deal with a number of legal hassles. One of them is receipt of a subpoena seeking information about you, your operation, your finances or your data.
Many of us have been tempted to post that snarky comment or call attention to a bad business practice on social media. Perhaps your own business or reputation is being maligned, and your natural instinct is to fight back.
Walters Law Group is pleased to announce that Lawrence G. Walters has been nominated for a 2021 XBIZ Exec Award as Community Figure of the Year.
From monoliths like XVideos to Pornhub, tube sites have upended the adult industry ever since they first emerged onto the scene in 2006.
The Administrative Panel of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)’s Arbitration and Mediation Center issued two recent decisions in favor of Chaturbate’s parent company in cybersquatting actions against parties exploiting similarly named domains.
Online adult entertainment is booming in these otherwise difficult times. Traffic and profits are up, as so many of us try to fill the days at home and away from each other. The new gold rush has also attracted a lot of new faces — and new names.
As part of the aggressive campaign to tie adult websites to sex trafficking, various anti-porn activists are pressuring the major credit card associations to stop doing business with the adult industry.
Last year, bipartisan members of the House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the “Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act of 2019” (the “CASE Act”) without debating the repercussions.
You can tell it’s election season, when radical politicians start banging the drum for another war on something.
The Woodhull Freedom Foundation is the lead plaintiff in the lawsuit challenging FOSTA. Its legal challenge started in the spring of 2018, when the organization began to struggle with its online promotion of events involving sex workers at its annual Sexual Freedom Summit.
The newest episode of the Peepshow Podcast features Woodhull Freedom Foundation CEO Ricci Levy and noted attorney Larry Walters discussing the latest updates on their legal challenge to FOSTA/SESTA.
Adult business operators often struggle with the legal complexities of trademarks, trade names, fictitious names and corporate names.
Are we having fun yet? FOSTA/SESTA (“FOSTA”) has been around for a full year now and has managed to wreak significant havoc on the internet.
Pineapple Support announced today that in addition to engaging adult industry Corey D. Silverstein and his firm Silverstein Legal as retained counsel, a deal has been struck where his firm's attorneys will be made available to Pineapple Support clients who require services at special rates.