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Uploaded on Jan 10, 2012

Jan. 10 (Bloomberg Law) -- When comedian Joe Rogan confronted Carlos Mencia on stage over accusations of joke-stealing, the videotaped argument went viral and was viewed more than five million times. The argument led Dotan Oliar and Christopher Sprigman, two professors from the University of Virginia School of Law, to explore how stand-up comedians protect their intellectual property. Oliar and Sprigman talk with Bloomberg Law's Josh Block.




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