Rick Kogan

What we learn from the curious case of the monkey selfie

What we learn from the curious case of the monkey selfie

We had been talking about the ever intriguing goings-on at the White House, the health troubles of various mutual friends and the death of Hugh Hefner when the luncheon conversation turned to the curious case of the monkey who took a selfie.

E. Leonard Rubin is a lawyer and he began telling the story about a monkey named Naruto.

“It’s one of the many things that grabbed my interest,” said Rubin.

He is a fascinating guy, ever curious. He has had a lengthy and distinguished career, focusing on legal matters involving copyrights, trademarks, defamation, entertainment and data protection. He has served as president of the Midwest Chapter of the Copyright Society of the...

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