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.
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.
Sarah Silverman and two novelists sued OpenAI and Meta in federal court on Friday, claiming the companies infringed the authors' copyrights when their works were used to train ChatGPT and LLaMA.
The famous Tennessee whiskey brand succeeded in reviving a lawsuit against humorous dog toys that allegedly infringed on its trademarks.
The online marketplace and the camera company allege that 29 accounts on the Amazon marketplace were selling counterfeit Canon products and thus infringing on Canon trademarks.
The U.S. Supreme Court considered a case involving a parody dog toy, "Bad Spaniels," and its alleged infringement of the Jack Daniel's trademark.
A Las Vegas law firm featured a Raiders defensive end in a commercial that aired during Super Bowl LVII, and a dispute has developed over whether it did enough to avoid trademark infringement.
On Monday, November 21, 2022, the United States Supreme Court granted a petition for a writ of certiorari in Jack Daniel's Properties, Inc. v. VIP Products LLC. The lawsuit seeks to clarify whether VIP's Jack Daniel's themed dog-toys are protected from trademark infringement claims due to VIP's First Amendment interest in using Jack Daniel's trademarks on the toys.