Warner Bros. Pictures emerged from "The Perfect Storm" in Florida with a sense of clarity. The state's highest court on April 21 interpreted a misappropriation statute, defining "commercial purpose" i

Warner Bros. Pictures emerged from "The Perfect Storm" in Florida with a sense of clarity. The state's highest court on April 21 interpreted a misappropriation statute, defining "commercial purpose" in a way that effectively permits producers to use an individual's name and likeness in a motion picture without consent. Read Susan Butler's column.