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In a matter of first impression, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit sided with a third-party sporting events distributor by finding the distributor has standing to sue a Kingsport, TN, bar under the U.S. Copyright Act for livestreaming a 2017 boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor without the proper licensing. Joe Hand Promotions Inc. v. Griffith, 21-6088 (6th Cir. 2022).
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Music Rates and Royalties 2023: Past, Present and Future
By Jeff Brabec and Todd Brabec
Part One of a Two Part Article
Analysis of the most important music rate and royalty areas, both past, present and future and how and by whom they are set or determined as well as the effect that legislation, litigation, the Copyright Royalty Board and the Department of Justice have had on the process.
Getty Images’ Suit Over AI Generator
By Isha Marathe
The magical world of AI-generated art has become more mainstream over the past few months. There has also been some backlash against the industry, including brewing class action lawsuits alleging copyright violations and resistance from online artist communities. But until recently, a substantial legal threat was yet to emerge against the technology that underpins artificial-intelligence art.
Handling IP Ownership Issues In Remote Work
By Sarah Schaedler and Jennifer T. Criss
Even with legal assumptions that certain intellectual property rights in works created by employees are owned by the employer, these should not be relied upon exclusively. A well-drafted employee-agreement form is increasingly essential in light of the explosive growth of remote and flexible work arrangements.
By ELF Staff
A look at moves among attorneys, law firms, companies and other players in entertainment law.