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Adam Hime '04 is Senior Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs for Viacom Media Networks Global Entertainment Group, where he has also served as Senior Vice President and Head of West Coast Intellectual Property and Litigation. During his tenure with Viacom, Hime has been responsible for the negotiation of high-level production services, co-finance, executive producer, showrunner, talent and writer agreements, as well as oversight of production on numerous scripted and unscripted projects. Hime has also been responsible for the resolution and disposition of legal claims, and has served as lead in-house counsel for Viacom on several major litigations in state and federal court. Hime joined USC Gould School of Law as a lecturer in law in 2017, and also serves as an adjunct professor in Carnegie Mellon’s Masters in Entertainment Industry Management program. In 2009, Hime was recognized as a Rising Star in the areas of Entertainment and Intellectual Property law by Los Angeles Magazine. Prior to joining Viacom, Hime was a member of the litigation department at Irell and Manella LLP. Hime earned his JD, Order of the Coif, from USC Gould, where he received the Hon. Warren J. Ferguson Award and was an editor of the Southern California Law Review.
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Jody Armour was quoted about the large sum a court awarded in damages to a family of a man fatally shot by a San Bernardino County deputy. "The jury was convinced that there was clear and convincing evidence that the officer was not merely negligent and unreasonable in killing the victim, but that his behavior was egregious, that it was characterized by malice," Armour said. "I remember $5-, $7-, $8-million awards, but nothing in this area."
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"Puerto Rico and the Netherworld of Sovereign Debt Restructuring," Workshop, Duke Law School, Durham, NC.
Pauline Aranas participated on a panel on "Effective Assessment: Measuring Your Law Library's Impact" at the Association of American Law School's Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA.
Pauline Aranas concluded her year-year term on the Executive Committee of the Association of American Law School's Section on Law Libraries and Legal Information.