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Designer Hayley Paige loses Instagram account after licensing the right to her name

Designer Hayley Paige loses Instagram account after licensing the right to her name »

By: Madison Budinich

Designers often lose the rights to their own names by selling their business, and the rights that go with that

CryptoPunks, CryptoKitties, and Crypto Copy-Cats

CryptoPunks, CryptoKitties, and Crypto Copy-Cats »

By: Lucas Minnick

You are looking at CryptoPunk 7804, one of the finest pieces of digital art of the 21st century. What is

No More Pirated Manga?

No More Pirated Manga? »

By: Eric Mormon

The Japanese Parliament revised Japan’s copyright laws to address manga piracy, and the new laws went into effect on October

CHANGING THE GAME? A NEW PATENT SHAKES UP THE BASEBALL SABERMETRICS COMMUNITY

CHANGING THE GAME? A NEW PATENT SHAKES UP THE BASEBALL SABERMETRICS COMMUNITY »

By: Emily Parker

Baseball sabermetrics have grown increasingly popular over the last few years.[1] Sabermetrics refers to “the use of statistical analysis

Copyright and Zoom: To Prosecute or Dismiss?

Copyright and Zoom: To Prosecute or Dismiss? »

By: Anthony Julian

Distanced education and separated social communication during the COVID-19 pandemic came with endless challenges. In addition to the devasting

Caught in a Web of Intellectual Property Rights: Interpreting Spider-Man’s Exclusivity

Caught in a Web of Intellectual Property Rights: Interpreting Spider-Man’s Exclusivity »

By: Kristen Morrill

The video game company Crystal Dynamics recently released the greatly anticipated Marvel Avengers video game on September 4th, 2020. The game

Do You Want It Done Fast or Right? Dangers of the CASE Act

Do You Want It Done Fast or Right? Dangers of the CASE Act »

By: Michael Goodyear

 

A constant complaint about American courts is the slow speed and high cost at which they operate. In the

YouTube’s Latest Lawsuit Proves What We Already Knew:  Copyright Law Needs Reform

YouTube’s Latest Lawsuit Proves What We Already Knew: Copyright Law Needs Reform »

By: Jennifer Martin

In August 2019, YouTube filed a lawsuit in Nebraska against Christopher Brady, alleging that Brady has abused YouTube’s copyright strike

The “Dark Horse” Issue: How the Issue of Access Cost Katy Perry Millions

The “Dark Horse” Issue: How the Issue of Access Cost Katy Perry Millions »

By: Rachel Moss

Six notes are all it takes to be an infringer. Recently, a jury found that popstar Katy Perry’s 2013 song,

Golden Knights Bring Bitter Mournings

Golden Knights Bring Bitter Mournings »

By: Mike Stone

 

Ever hear of a team called the Golden Knights? Since 1969, the U.S. Army Parachute Team has