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Generative AI: Biggest Threat to the Music Industry Since Napster?

By Eric Harvey, J.D.

As of late, generative AI systems have become the hottest musical artists, as they've raised legal questions related to copyright law. In April, such a system authored a song titled "Heart on My Sleeve," which featured voices exactly like those of Drake and The Weeknd. On multiple streaming…

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T-Bell's Trademark Battle for 'Taco Tuesdays'

By Eric Harvey, J.D.

We've all been there: tired from the beginning of another work week, too exhausted to make dinner at home. What's more appealing than a tasty deal with some fun alliteration? "Taco Tuesday" has become a phrase familiar to all and a signifier of quick, easy, and cheap food that can…

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Young Thug Trial Judge Hands out Homework​

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq.

There's been a fun twist in the way judges are dealing with contempt of court, and it comes amidst a legal controversy surrounding the rap music scene in Atlanta: the criminal prosecution of the infamous artist, Jeffery Lamar Williams. "Who?" Okay, Williams is better known—maybe ​only​ known—by his stage name, Young Thug. The Racketeering Rapper Young Thug…

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Court Rules Johnson & Johnson Can't Dodge Cancer Claims by Filing Bankruptcy

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq.

Johnson & Johnson has been a literal household name for decades, filling our cabinets with consumer goods, from medicines to soaps. For many of us, it's even more nostalgic, as the pharmaceutical giant has long been a leading maker of toiletries for infants. You may remember, in particular, J&J's iconic…

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Tips for Catching Deepfakes in Evidence

By Laura Temme, Esq.

Many who create deepfakes just do it for fun, but manipulated videos and audio have made their way into litigation. So how do we keep fakes from being admitted as evidence. We've identified a few things to watch for when reviewing audio and video evidence that seems too good (or bad) to be true.

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Law Firm Tests Whether It Can Sue Associate for 'Quiet Quitting'

By Joseph Fawbush, Esq.

"Quiet quitting" and "double dipping" with multiple full-time jobs are some of the newest buzzwords about the modern, remote workplace. Both of these issues may be affecting the legal industry, although it isn't clear to what extent. But for the first time in a legal filing,…

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