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www.paigehulselaw.com Copyright Office Seeks AI Comment

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Where do US Copyright laws currently stand in regards to AI? The current status is quite literally defined as “to be determined”, even by the United States Copyright Office.  After notable findings this summer, on August 30th, the Copyright Office has issued a notice stating that it is  seeking insight on “the use of copyrighted […]

Copyright Office Seeks Public Comment Amidst AI Explosion

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www.paigehulselaw.com think bigger than AI

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Opinion Piece: Temperance and Wisdom As We Create IP In Business   Ongoing list of AI Copyright cases here-updated Nov. 8 2023 We’re standing in the midst of a precipice of pioneering a new technological advancement so “thorough”, it may be better described as a societal advancement. The world of WALL-E may not be far off. […]

Think Bigger Than AI

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paigehulselaw.com Ongoing AI Copyright Cases

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(Listed in order of most recent to last)  As we ascertain the parameters of using AI as companies and creators; navigating both the ways in which we can work more efficiently and effectively with AI, but at the same time ensuring that we stay abreast of what the law states in terms of ownership, the […]

The Shifting AI Legal Landscape: Our Ongoing List of Current AI Lawsuits 

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www.paigehulselaw.com AI legalities executive order

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On Oct 30, 2023, President Joe Biden issued the United States Government’s first action regarding artificial intelligence regulations, the Safe, Secure, and Trustworth Artificial Intelligence” Executive Order. In what Biden calls a “landmark move….to  ensure that America leads the way in seizing the promise and managing the risks of AI.” Frankly, particularly in the world […]

Biden Releases Executive Order on AI- What Framework Does It Provide For Businesses?

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Paige Hulse Trademark Attorney Taylor Swift Music Copyright

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In the same way that someone’s writings and photographs, that does not necessarily mean that the writer or photographer owns the book.  Copyright law is centered around rules formed by both contracts and copyrights.

Copyright Lessons From The Masters: What Taylor Swift Losing Her Music Should Teach Every Entrepreneur 

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trademarking during recessions paigehulselaw.com

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As a savvy small business owner who wants to ensure your business thrives even during tough economic times, it’s crucial to stay on top of trends. Doing so is akin to having a secret weapon to create a strategy that can handle whatever the future throws at you. Crafting these type of strategic battle plans […]

Trademark Filings Can Act As The Canary In The Coal Mine: The Strategist’s Secret Weapon

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Register your intellectual property before your competitors

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Trademark before your rivals (a case study of DC v. Marvel)  Trademarking very clearly not only raises the value of a brand, but can be leveraged for monetization as well. So, it’s no wonder that businesses act decisively to bring both of these benefits to their companies. The key, however? Do so quickly– because your […]

Opponents will also recognize the strategic monetary value behind registering. How are you preparing?

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Monetize your intellectual property paigehulselaw.com

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Registering your intellectual property While registration isn’t required in order to gain some rights to the name/logo/slogan you want to use, you will not have rights you can monetize until you register with the USPTO. Upon use, the owner technically owns the trademark thanks to common-law protection, which safeguards it locally. For nationwide rights, trademark […]

Vehicles To Monetize Your Intellectual Property

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Benefits of Trademark Registration  Every company has intrinsic intellectual property- allowing those elements to remain as simple common law rights exposes a company to a higher risk of liability.  Benefits can be broken down into two categories:  The Benefits Of A Federal Trademark Registration Perhaps the most important benefit of registering a federal trademark is […]

How To Avoid More Lawsuits, AND Make More Money

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How to protect against copycats paigehulse.com

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Why every tangible work has to be copyrighted Do you want to be able to take actual action against a copycat if they copy your work? Then you must have a registered copyright before the infringement occurs. That’s right: under United States law, if you want to be able to recover what are considered statutory […]

How To Take Action If Your Work Is Copied

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