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Dahlia Castillo

Dahlia Radcliffe-Castillo is the Founder and Principal Attorney of Dahlia R. Castillo Law Firm. Dahlia R Castillo Law Firm is virtual law office (or web-based), which focuses on immigration and nationality law in visas for families, start-up companies, athletes, entertainers, artists, photographers, members of the fashion world. Additionally, the practice also focuses on veterans disability appeals and social security disability appeals. Unlike high volume law firms, she is able to provide flexibility and convenience to each client through the use of technology. Given the federal nature of immigration law, veterans disability law and social security Disability law, she can work with you and your company no matter where you are located.

When Photography Meets Immigration – Foreign Freelance Photography Visas

Photography is an awesome, mobile career but there can be legal barriers when coming and going from your native country.  The United States attracts a lot of creative types from all over the world. Once photographers experience the creative vitality of places like Los Angeles or New York, they often want to stay. However, as most …

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Arkansas Bill keeps the Shutter Open to Lawsuits

Hear that sound?  That was the sound of Photographers “shuttering” over this new Arkansas bill and what it come mean to photography as a whole.  On March 24, the Arkansas Senate passed a Bill, titled “The Personal Rights Protection Act,” to protect the Individual’s name, voice, signature, and likeness from exploitation and authorized commercial use …

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Photography copyright misuse: only the smile remained

“Defendants removed so much of the original that, as with the Cheshire Cat, only the smile remains.” There are many blogs that discuss the legal ramifications of using other people’s images without consent – photography copyright misuse. However, what about the person who receives consent or a non-exclusive right to use a specific photograph and …

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