Online user-generated content is growing so rapidly it’s hard for the law to catch up. Which is why deals involving companies like Grouper.com, a site that displays users’ videos much like YouTube.com, require lots of legal analysis.

Before Sony Corp. agreed to purchase Grouper.com for $65 million, Heller Ehrman’s legal team outlined how that client was in compliance — at least within the legal framework that’s available now.

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