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Copyrights, Metadata, and the “Double-Scienter Requirement” in the Eleventh Circuit
Two More Comedians Added to Pandora Battle over Licenses to Perform Jokes
Russia, Neighbors, and a Copyright-protected Social Media Post = Fair Use?
Coca-Cola – “Thums Down” on Evidence of Damages in Misrepresentation of Source in Cancellation Proceeding with Unresolved Territoriality Tension
It’s Alive? The Open Question of Ownership over the Creations of an AI
AI Artwork: Worth a Thousand Words, but Zero Copyright Protection?
Small Claims, Big Questions: The New Copyright Claims Board Gets Its Debut
Federal Judge Demonstrates High Bar for DTSA Fee Shifting
Will Employers Have More Obligations Beyond the CCPA if these California Privacy Bills Pass?
Trademark Bully or Meritorious Plaintiff? Taco John’s vs. Taco Chon
Yes, Copyright Can Protect Monstrous Mountains
Peppa Pig: Intellectual Property Infringement as a Form of Retaliatory Sanction
Rights of Privacy and Publicity TOO SMALL to Overcome First Amendment Freedom of Speech
Most. Important. Copyright. Fair. Use. Case. Ever!
In-N-Out Trade Dress Dispute Part III: To Squirt, or Not to Squirt?
To Err is Human: Supreme Court Holds That Mistakes of Law in Copyright Applications Fall Under Safe Harbor
In-N-Out Burger Trade Dress Dispute Part II: Where’s The Beef?
Dear Online Retailers: The FTC Is Watching How You Handle Customer Reviews
In-N-Out Trade Dress Dispute: Court Finds Alleged Flaws in Survey Evidence a “Nothing Burger”
How Far Can Injunctions Go? Part II: The Extraterritorial Reach of Trademark Injunctions from U.S. to Europe