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The Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act of 2020 (Case Act) Lutzker, Susan J.
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Author: Susan J. LutzkerPublished: August 25th, 2021The new CASE Act offers the opportunity for copyright owners to enforce their interests before a small-claims tribunal, rather than in expensive federal court litigation. As the specifics of implementing the law take shape, many questions surround its legality and the likely effectiveness.Click here to

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Copyright Infringement of Photographs and Reclaiming Publicity Rights Through NFTs Martin, Carolyn Wimbly
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Author: Carolyn Wimbly MartinPublished: July 8th, 2021In the world of cryptocurrency, NFTs have been infiltrating mainstream markets and making headlines. NFTs present a variety of copyright issues because they are associated with images, videos, music, and other digital content. While NFTs do not address some arguments of fair use, they

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If You Think You Are Insured Against Copyright and Trademark Infringement Claims, Look Again Lutzker, Susan J.
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Author: Susan LutzkerPublished: August 26, 2020General liability insurance policies which contain coverage for “advertising injury” may contain intellectual property exclusions that are so broad as to render coverage for copyright and trademark infringement illusory. Specialized IP policies provide sounder protection.Click here to view entire blog article at Lutzker & Lutzker

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“Sharenting”: Precautions and Consequences of Creating a Child’s Digital Footprint Martin, Carolyn Wimbly
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Author: Carolyn Wimbly MartinPublished: August 24, 2020Many children today have an expansive digital footprint while still in diapers. Parents are quick to post cute photos of their children on social media, but many are unaware of the unintended consequences. As schools continue to expand their social media presence, they too contribute

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