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January 08, 2010



? I'm shocked to see a purported legal-matters blog be so wrong on a well-established issue. Look up "model release".

The name "Chuck Yeager" has a lot of positive associations--obviously the case, because why else would his name be used in advertising? And Virgin America is clearly expecting to derive some positive financial benefit from those associations. Why shouldn't they compensate Yeager in some way for doing this?

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