One of the greatest joys of being a lawyer is being bestowed with privilege of using the full gamut of the English language to communicate client sentiment. In defending the mark of a client from tarnishment, GS2Law cease and desist language has been quoted by domestic and international press for both the import of its message and composition.
The Women’s Wear Daily article can be found here....Read More
One of the best aspects of being a litigator are the variegated fact patterns and stories we encounter that underpin the battle of rights. More fascinating can be how certain issues emerge and take primacy in a case. Regularly the press pick up on these and, while often overlooking the serious legal issues at stake, shine a light into the arena in which we fight.
The star of this case it seems...Read More
Robert Garson lends a slightly different eye to the Sexual Harassment Scandal that is coursing through the Hollywood ranks at the moment in his Observer Article.
One of the major issues affecting investors in the movie industry is how such events can be guarded against and the investment protected.
Gs2Law prides itself on not relying upon the formulaic ‘standard contracts’ which...Read More
Julia Roberts shall be returning to the silver screen in Crystal City Entertainment’s adaptation of “The Bookseller.” Crystal City Entertainment was represented in the deal by Rob Garson of GS2Law. The article in Variety can be https://www.cialissansordonnancefr24.com/ read here.
Rob Garson‘s article in the Observer looks at the recent investigation of Stephen Fry in Ireland for the offense of blasphemy. Contrasting Irish laws to other jurisdictions, Rob observes that “the judgment of those tasked with investigating, enforcing or, importantly, not applying the laws that lie on the statute books” is intrinsic to whether freedom of speech can be curtailed.
In the Observer, Rob Garson‘s article questions how the French court can assess privacy damages for the publication of topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge, better known as Kate Middleton. In France, “a country where female nudity has never been deemed taboo” should local standards be applied or an “Anglo-Saxon reasoning of damages and interest?”
GS2Law’s Kevin Murphy has been representing California residents who worked for years for the job order contracting giant Gordian Group in the Southern District of New York. (Gordian Group, et al. v. Hollett, et al.) When the individuals left Gordian’s employ, Gordian sued them for breach of contract in New York, alleging that New York law governed their relationship with the...Read More
Rob Garson writes in the Observer here on an issue which touches on a great deal of that which we do here at GS2Law, namely establishing or protecting trademark rights.
In this particular instance an argument is brewing between team Kardashian and their soon-to-be sister-in-law Blac Chyna.
Robert questions whether multiple parties can claim exclusive rights to a name, especially where one...Read More
Rob Garson writes in the Observer on burning of the US flag and the First Amendment. In his piece, he maintains that Texas v Johnson was wrongly decided.
Rob also compares the USA with other countries on a policy basis “America needs only to look to Europe of today to see the husks of denatured cultures and lost identities where those seeking a sense of place can only do so among...Read More