Nashville, Tenn. (AP) —
It turns out Elvis the King of Rock and Roll spawned Elvis the lawsuit - a whole lotta lawsuits.
Now all those cases are helping other attorneys study the law.
Legal Aid of East Tennessee is sponsoring a continuing education session in Chattanooga on Tuesday billed as "Elvis Law.
The state and federal cases dealing with the late king of rock `n' roll."
Lawyers attending will get three hours toward a required 15 hours of continuing education each year.
To attract attention in an email announcing the session, the legal aid group showed a famous 1970 photo of Elvis and then-President Richard Nixon.
Topics will include ownership of Elvis' name, likeness and image; media access to his autopsy records; disputes over concert tickets sold before he died and other issues.