Tag Archives: Copyright Law

Another Court Gets It Right in Tattoo Copyright Dispute



Another Court Gets It Right in Tattoo Copyright DisputeThe recent decision on Hayden vs. 2K Games is a big win for video game publishers.  Dive into the fascinating world of copyright disputes over tattoos in video games. Scott Hervey and Jamie Lincenberg from Weintraub Tobin discuss how this case compares to past decisions and what it means for athletes, celebrities, and the video game industry on the latest episode of “The Briefing”

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Paramount Splashes Top Gun Maverick Copyright Lawsuit



Paramount Splashes Top Gun Maverick Copyright Lawsuit Paramount triumphs in the Top Gun Maverick copyright case. Join Scott Hervey and Jamie Lincenberg of Weintraub Tobin on ‘The Briefing’ as they dissect the court’s ruling.

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Authors Get Mixed Results with Initial Skirmish in OpenAI Lawsuit



Authors Get Mixed Results with Initial Skirmish in OpenAI Lawsuit (1)Delve into the complexities of vicarious infringement and DMCA violations in AI training. Scott Hervey and James Kachmar from Weintraub Tobin dissect the recent district court ruling on OpenAI’s copyright infringement allegations on this installment of “The Briefing.” Watch this episode on the

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How Far Back Can You Go: Supreme Court to Decide Circuit Split on Recovery of Copyright Damages



How Far Back Can You Go Supreme Court to Decide Circuit Split on Recovery of Copyright Damages

How far back can a plaintiff recover damages in a copyright infringement case?  Scott Hervey and Jamie Lincenberg discuss this contested copyright law question in this installment of “The Briefing” by Weintraub Tobin.

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Tag, You’re Sued: Graffiti Artists Sue Over Use of Their Tags



Tag, You're Sued: Graffiti Artists Sue Over Use of Their TagsGraffiti artists Nekst and Bates have filed a lawsuit against Guess and Macy’s for incorporating their tags in various articles of clothing. Scott Hervey and James Kachmar discuss this case in the next installment of “The Briefing.”

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Merry Litigation: All I Want for Christmas is a Copyright Infringement Lawsuit



Country singer Andy Stone, A.K.A Vince Vance, has renewed his lawsuit against Mariah Carey, which claims that her holiday hit ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’ infringes the copyright of his song with the same name. Scott Hervey and Tara Sattler discuss this case on this episode of The Briefing.

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Once Upon A Time – SCOTUS Rejects Trademark Infringement Claim Against Quentin Tarantino Film



The Supreme Court rejected a trademark infringement claim against the producers of the Quentin Tarantino film ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’ over its portrayal of the late actor Christopher Jones. Scott Hervey and Tara Sattler discuss this decision in this episode of The Briefing.

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Are LEGO Creations Based on Religious Texts Eligible for Copyright Protection?



The creator of a LEGO brick Second Holy Temple product is accusing another LEGO creator of copyright infringement for their interpretation of the same temple. Scott Hervey and Eric Caligiuri discuss this case on this episode of The Briefing.

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AI Training and Copyright Infringement: Lessons from the Ross Intelligence Case



Thomson Reuters sued Ross Intelligence for using its content to train its AI technology. Scott Hervey and Tara Sattler talk about this copyright dispute on this installment of The Briefing.

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Tattoos, Tiger King, and Copyright Lawsuits – Oh My – Cramer v. Netflix



A tattoo artist is suing Netflix for showing one of her tattoos in the series “Tiger King” without her permission. Scott Hervey and Tara Sattler discuss this case on this episode of The Briefing.

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