August 1, 2011 -- David Ginsburg, executive director of the Entertainment and Media Law and Policy Program at UCLA School of Law, commented on a legal battle over the broadcast rights to the Golden Globe Awards. His commented appear in an Associated Press article.
David R. Ginsburg, executive director of the Entertainment and Media Law and Policy Program at the UCLA School of Law, said the judge will likely focus on what rights each side had at a particular moment in their relationship.
Ginsburg, who has not reviewed motions filed in advance of Tuesday's hearing, says if the session doesn't resolve the issue, it may spur HFPA and dcp to consider a settlement. "It seems to me both sides have an interest in preserving the value of the broadcast," he said.
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