Stuart Irvin,[*] Winslow Taub[†] and Sam Jungyun Choi[‡] Click here to download a PDF of this article. AI generated video games are coming. What remedies does a video game publisher have when its game is used to train an AI model? If the resulting model generates a new game … [Read more...] about AI Generated Video Games Are Coming: How Do Game Developers Protect Rights in Their IP?
We are pleased to announce that our Summer Issue of Volume 14 has been released and is live here. We are so grateful for our authors and the incredible pieces that they wrote. First we have an essay by Professors Alex Sinatra and Trayveon Williams, College Athletics and NIL: … [Read more...] about Volume 14, Issue 2 is Live!
By: Alec Winshel Last month, Mona Awad and Paul Tremblay filed a lawsuit against OpenAI for infringement of their works. The complaint is another in a series of cases filed by Matthew Butterick and the Joseph Saveri Law Firm that mount legal challenges against companies … [Read more...] about Authors File Complaint Against OpenAI for Copyright Infringement
(PDF Version Here) Eric Zilber[*] TABLE OF CONTENTS[†] Introduction COVID-19 Background The Challenges Facing the NBA Initial Planning The “Bubble” Emerges as a Front-Runner “Bubble” Plans Solidify and the Protocols Phase One Phase Two Phase … [Read more...] about ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NBA “BUBBLE” GUIDELINES FOR THE RESUMPTION OF THE 2019-20 SEASON
By: Daniel Imakyure Introduction In June 2022, Andy Stone, a.k.a. Vince Vance, brought a copyright infringement action in the US District Court of the Eastern District of Louisiana against singer Mariah Carey, producer Walter Afanasieff, and Sony Music Entertainment. Stone … [Read more...] about All I Want for Christmas is Full Damages for Copyright Infringement