Author Micah Kindred discusses Nintendo’s new patent and how software is under protected in the current intellectual property landscape.
Author Micah Kindred discusses deepfakes, the effect this technology has had on individuals, especially women, and potential protections.
In this article, James Hardman explores some of the legal implications of proposed new technology allowing banks to remotely order cars subject to delinquent loans to repossess themselves.
In a wide-encompassing article, Associate Member Jacob Metzger discusses the rapid expansion of artificial intelligence in copyright law, the unauthorized practice of law, personal autonomy, and legal access.
Jacob Metzger discusses the effect of genericide on trademarks and argues for more aggressive marketing campaigns in preventing the legal phenomenon, otherwise, brand owners may find themselves wiping their tears with a kleenex, as opposed to a Kleenex® brand tissue.
Caroline Hardig discusses the trademark infringement lawsuit over Adidas’s three-stripe design. She explains the outcome of the lawsuit and the future implications this lawsuit may have on brands who use a striped design.
Author Micah Kindred discusses NFT intellectual property rights in part two of an article series on the current NFT landscape.
In her most recent article for the University of Cincinnati Law Review Blog, Associate Member Emmaline Fisher discusses the issue of inventorship for AI-generated works.