Browsing: Intellectual Property

Feb 2024

Chiefs vs. 49ers in Sin City: Super Bowl LVIII’s Spectacular Showdown with Usher and Taylor Swift’s Time-Travel Magic!

Imagine taking the NFL’s grandest showdown, placing it in one of the world’s most iconic entertainment hubs, inviting Grammy-winning talent…

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Nov 2023

AI Startup Anthropic Singing the Blues After Being Sued for Copyright Infringement

A group of major music publishers, including Universal Music, recently sued AI startup Anthropic in federal court in Nashville for…

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Jun 2023

Putting the “Art” in Artificial Intelligence: Does Copyright Law Protect AI-Generated Work?

The Constitution provides that authors and inventors should be able to control their works for an exclusive period of time,…

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May 2023

SCOTUS Purple Rains on Warhol’s Parade

The Supreme Court recently ruled on a copyright dispute between the late Andy Warhol and photographer Lynn Goldsmith. In a…

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Mar 2023

Lizzo Wins Trademark Case for “100% That Bitch”

In 2019, the rapper, singer, and flutist, Lizzo took the world by storm with her anthem “Truth Hurts.” While Lizzo…

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Feb 2023

Will the Eagles Soar over the Chiefs? As the Battle for Super Bowl LVII begins, Don’t Find Yourself Fighting Over the Use of the NFL’s Trademarks

Super Bowl LVII will feature the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs and NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles hosted for a third…

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Apr 2022

Does Andy Warhol’s “Prince Series” Infringe on a Photographer’s Work?

Andy Warhol is one of the world’s most well-known modern artists. From his Campbell’s Soup Cans to his Marilyn Diptych,…

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Feb 2022

Use of NFL Trademarks Now and During the Super Bowl

Super Bowl LVI will feature the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals meeting for the first time in a championship…

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Jan 2022

What’s In A Name? Maybe A Trademark Infringement.

Oops. This October, Mark Zuckerberg announced to great fanfare that social-media behemoth Facebook would be changing its name to Meta….

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Sep 2021

Johansson Sues Disney for Streaming Black Widow: A Cautionary Tale in Intellectual Property and Platforms

At the end of July, star of the new film Black Widow Scarlett Johansson sued Walt Disney Entertainment for breaching…

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