A Sign of the Times: Copyright Lawsuit Filed Against Microsoft and Open AI by The New York Times

By: Daniel J. Ain and Ariana Zhao With 2024 underway, it’s worth reflecting on the flurry of lawsuits brought in 2023 by creators against owners of artificial intelligence technology companies that have forced the intersection of AI and intellectual property rights under the legal spotlight. With the unprecedented growth of...

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The NCAA’s Summer of Legal Battles

The National College Athletic Association (NCAA), the organization responsible for regulating college sports and athletes in the US, seems to consistently find itself at the center of high-profile legal disputes.  This article will provide a summary of several interesting disputes that have arisen this summer, involving areas of the law...

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Gonzalez v. Google: Supreme Court Case Puts Section 230 Immunity on the Line

“No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider.”[1] These twenty-six words comprise Section 230(c)(1) of the Communications Decency Act and have, since Congress’ 1996 enactment of the Act, provided internet companies with...

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