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Massive Chip Maker Nvidia Named in Generative AI Copyright Lawsuit

By Perkins Law |

According to a report from Fox Business, Nvidia—the massive manufacturer of graphics processors (computer chips)—is facing a copyright infringement for its role in “generative AI”—specifically in regards to its own LLM called “NeMo.” Three authors contend that the tech giant committed copyright infringement by using protected material in AI training. It is one of… Read More »

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Trademark Litigation: Frida Kahlo Corporation Takes on Amazon Sellers

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According to a report from The Art Newspaper, the Frida Kahlo Corporation—the holding company that owns much of the famed Mexican artist’s intellectual property (IP)—has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against a collection of Amazon sellers. Here, our Florida trademark litigation attorney discusses the case and legal issue in more detail. Frida Kahlo Corporation… Read More »

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Four Mistakes to Avoid When Licensing Your Copyright

By Perkins Law |

A copyright can be a commercially valuable form of intellectual property (IP). The Copyright Alliance notes that copyrights are valued at $1.8 trillion in the United States. In some cases, a copyright may be licensed by the holder to another party. When used properly, licensed agreements can bring major benefits to both parties. That… Read More »

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Google Latest Tech Company Hit With AI-Related Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

By Perkins Law |

According to a report from Creative Bloq (CB), Google has been the latest tech company to face a copyright infringement lawsuit over its image generation artificial intelligence (AI) technology. The proposed class action copyright infringement claim argues that Google’s ImagenAI engaged in massive copyright infringement in its training. Here, our Boca Raton copyright infringement… Read More »

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The FTC’s Rule Barring Non-Compete Would Nullify Millions of Existing Contracts (Litigation Expected)

By Perkins Law |

In April of 2024, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a rule banning non-compete agreements nationwide. Notably, the regulation—which is set to take full effect 120 days after its official publication to the Federal Register—nullifies most existing employee non-compete contracts. Within this blog post, our Boca Raton employment agreement attorney explains the rule, its… Read More »

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Court Awards Trader Joe’s to Pay Union Legal Fees Due to “Weak” Trademark Infringement Case

By Perkins Law |

On May 1st, 2024, Reuters reported that the United States District Court for the Central District of California has ordered Trader Joe’s—that nationwide grocery chain—to pay a labor union $100,000 for attorneys’ fee because the trademark infringement claim it filed was exceptionally “weak.” In this article, our Boca Raton trademark rights attorney provides an… Read More »

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FTC Announces Final Rule Banning Most Non-Compete Agreements (Litigation Expected)

By Perkins Law |

On April 23rd, 2024, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced the finalization of its rule banning most non-compete agreements. The regulation—which is currently set to take effect in the Summer of 2024—will ban virtually all non-competes nationwide, including already-existing non-compete contracts. Here, our Florida employment agreement attorney provides an overview of the rule, the… Read More »

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Artists’ Copyright Lawsuit Against Top AI Companies Moving Forward

By Perkins Law |

According to a report from Reuters, a group of artists are moving forward with a copyright infringement lawsuit against major artificial intelligence (AI) companies, including Stability AI and Midjourney. While some of the initial claims were dismissed by a federal judge, the plaintiffs were given the opportunity to pursue new claims in an amended… Read More »

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Launching a New Product or Service? Do a Trademark Search First

By Perkins Law |

Is your company preparing to launch a new product or new service? It is vital that you conduct a comprehensive trademark search before moving forward. Within this article, our Florida trademark registration attorney explains why it is so vital to conduct a trademark search before making a major investment into the branding of a… Read More »

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When is it Too Late to Register for Trademark Protection?

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is the federal agency responsible for trademark registration. Businesses can file for federal trademark protection with the USPTO. This raises an important question: When is it too late to register a trademark? While there is technically no filing deadline, it is crucial companies file for trademark… Read More »

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