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The IP Beacon, July 2020

USA - August 6 2020 Back in 1955, John McCarthy coined the term “artificial intelligence” to represent the science of developing intelligent machines…

Angela Oliver, David L. McCombs, Dina Blikshteyn, Eugene Goryunov, Jason P. Bloom, Jeffrey A. Wolfson, Jonathan R. Bowser*, Joseph Lawlor, Kelvin L. Varghese, Lee Johnston, Raghav Bajaj, Wesley Lewis.

The Supreme Court Declines to Revamp Preclusion Law in Lucky v. Marcel Trademark Dispute

USA - May 18 2020 In a unanimous opinion authored by Justice Sotomayor, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to redefine preclusion, reversing the Second Circuit’s decision…

Year in review - media and entertainment law

USA - August 12 2019 The movement to better protect citizens’ First Amendment rights won two big victories this year, when the Uniform Law Commission and the New York…

Richard D. Anigian, Adam Siegartel, Caroline Fox, Catherine Robb, Chrissy H. Long, Christina W. Marshall, Darwin Bruce, David A. Bell, David Fleischer, David H. Harper, Deborah S. Coldwell, Ernest Martin, Jr., Gilbert D. Porter, Jasmine Yang, Jason P. Bloom, Jeffrey M. Becker, Jonathan D. Pressment, Laura Lee Prather, Lee Johnston, Paloma Z. Ahmadi, Ryan Paulsen, Sally Dahlstrom, Thad Behrens, Thomas J. Williams, Tom L. Tippetts, Vicki Martin-Odette, Wesley Lewis, William "Hunt" Buckley.

Fox News v. TVEyes Shows Fair-Use Defense Remains Risky Business

USA - April 30 2018 "It seems to me that if there were any logic to our language, trust would be a four letter word." TVEyes must have felt just like Tom Cruise's…

Jason P. Bloom, Matthew Chiarizio.

Google Beats Oracle’s $8.8 Billion Damages Claim after Jury Finds Fair Use

USA - May 27 2016 Six years after Oracle first accused Google’s popular Android platform of infringing Oracle’s copyrights in Java application programming interfaces…

Jason P. Bloom.