How 'Michael' Album Promo Ruling Could Affect Other Artists

By Patrick Hammon (September 15, 2022, 5:11 PM EDT) -- Do statements characterizing artistic contributions on music albums constitute "commercial speech," and thus become subject to California's consumer protection statutes; or are they "noncommercial speech," and therefore afforded heightened protection under the First Amendment?...

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