Can Bieber’s Lohanian Tendencies Be Stopped: Protecting a Publicity Asset

by on January 27, 2014 in GS2LAW, Publicity

The public seems to revel at the first hint of a wholesome star-type beginning to go supernova. It means column inches for the journos, renewed copyright opportunities for the paps, repetitive strain injury for the bloggers, declarations of undying love from diehard fans and blunt tweets from Seth Rogen. The story is trite and hackneyed […]

You May Be Young… Not For Long

by on May 25, 2012 in GS2LAW

While on a Sunday cruising down I-87, keeping abreast of developments in modern pop music, I was comparing by the track “We are Young” by Fun featuring Janelle Monáe to that of “What Makes You Beautiful” by the Cowellian outfit One Direction. Both, in their own way, fabulous pop songs, the latter being a decent, […]