Articles Tagged with generative AI

On Tuesday, January 30, 2024, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit referred attorney Jae Lee to its attorney grievance panel after Lee admitted to citing a non-existent case in a brief.


The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom reached a similar conclusion to federal courts in the U.S. in finding that an inventor for patent purposes must be a person.


A non-fiction author argues that the startup and the tech giant have violated federal law by copying thousands of books without permission.


Google assured its customers that it will take responsibility for IP litigation over the training data for its generative AI products, as well as the generated output that its customers create by using these products.