Intellectual Property

Do I really Need a Patent?
Whether or not you need a patent depends on your situation and goals. A patent can provide protection, attract investors, generate revenue, and serve as a marketing tool.
Meta, Microsoft Plus Others Own Rights to New Twitter Name - X
X is so widely used and cited in trademarks that it is a candidate for legal challenges - and the company formerly known as Twitter could face its own issues defending its X brand in the future.
Mattel Aggressively Protecting Barbie IP
Toymaker Mattel Inc has long had a reputation for aggressively defending its Barbie doll-related intellectual property. In recent years, the company has filed lawsuits against several companies for trademark infringement and dilution.
New York Times Considering Legal Action Against ChatGPT
Lawyers for the New York Times are exploring whether to sue OpenAI to protect the intellectual property rights associated with its reporting, according to two people with direct knowledge of the discussions.
Taylor Swift's Copyrights Battle
In June 2019, American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift came in dispute with her former record label, Big Machine Records, its founder Scott Borchetta, and new owner Scooter Braun, over the ownership of the masters of her first six studio albums.
SEC Proposes New Requirements to Address Conflicts of Interest in the Use of AI
On July 26, 2023, the SEC issued proposed rules under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 to address conflicts of interest that the SEC believes are associated with the use by broker-dealers and ...