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Reasonable Doubt: An Overview Of The Jay-Z/Damon Dash NFT Litigation

By Perkins Law |

Investment interest in non-fungible tokens (NFTs) has skyrocketed. According to a report from CNBC, trading in NFTs jumped a stunning 20,000 percent in 2021. It is now a multi-billion dollar industry. With the rise of NFTs has also come an increase in NFT-related litigation. One of the most high profile cases involves a still-ongoing… Read More »

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Tesla Faces Several False Advertising Lawsuits

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According to a report from TechCrunch, Tesla is currently facing several false advertising lawsuits, including one in Palm Beach County, Florida. The latest claim was filed in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. The false advertising allegations are largely centered around Tesla’s advanced driver assistance systems. Here, our Florida… Read More »

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Tiger King Lead Files Copyright Infringement Lawsuit In Florida

By Perkins Law |

According to a report from The Oklahoman, Joe Exotic, the lead of the hit Netflix show the ‘Tiger King’, has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in Florida. He is currently serving a 21-year prison sentence. Joe Exotic alleges that a songwriter in Florida violated his copyright due to the alleged release of a song…. Read More »

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Can You License An NFT?

By Perkins Law |

As defined by Forbes Magazine, an NFT (non-fungible token) is a “digital asset that represents a real-world object.” Like cryptocurrency, ownership of an NFT is recorded on a distributed ledger called a blockchain. However, unlike cryptocurrency, NFTs are not “fungible.” Whereas bitcoin is equivalent to any other bitcoin, each NFT has its own unique… Read More »

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What To Know About NFTs And Trademark Law

By Perkins Law |

An NFT (non-fungible token) is a financial asset consisting of digital data stored on a blockchain. NFTs share some commonalities with cryptocurrency. Though, unlike cryptocurrency, NFTs are unique. They are not replaced. The market for NFTs has exploded. According to a report from Business Insider, the global value of NFTs surpassed $41 billion in… Read More »

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How To Find The Right Trademark Law Attorney In South Florida

By Perkins Law |

A trademark is an important form of intellectual property for many businesses and organizations in Florida. According to Statista, there are currently an estimated 2.6 million trademarks in force in the United States. A trademark lawyer can help clients develop and protect their IP rights. At Perkins Law, we have built a comprehensive and… Read More »

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What Are The Benefits Of A Professional Intellectual Property Audit?

By Perkins Law |

Similar to any other type of property, intellectual property (IP) is an asset. To take full commercial advantage of IP, it is crucial that businesses and entrepreneurs have a full and clear understanding of what exactly they own and control. An intellectual property audit can provide a reliable foundation. In this article, our Florida… Read More »

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Disney Denies Patent Infringement In ‘Rise Of Resistance’ Attraction Case, Files Counter Lawsuit

By Perkins Law |

In October of 2012, Disney acquired Lucasfilm through a $4 billion cash and stock purchase. As part of the transaction, Disney obtained all of the intellectual property (IP) related to Star Wars. The company has developed many different Star Wars-related projects over the past decade—including the Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance ride, an… Read More »

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Lakers Player Faces Copyright Infringement Lawsuit In Florida

By Perkins Law |

According to a report from Lakers Nation, NBA player Kendrick Nunn is facing a copyright infringement lawsuit from a photographer. Nunn was previously a member of the Miami Heat. He is being sued for copyright infringement in a South Florida court. Notably, the photograph in question is actually a picture of Nunn himself. Here,… Read More »

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Sony Music Sues Triller For Copyright Infringement—Licensing Payments Allegedly Missed

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According to a report from TechCrunch, Sony Music has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Triller. Triller is a video sharing and social networking service with its main headquarters in Los Angeles, California. Sony Music claims that Triller stopped making its licensing payments. As a result of the default, Triller is allegedly in breach… Read More »

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