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Section 112: Guiding Principles Going Forward Season 3, Episode 24

This episode is the Guiding Principles Going Forward panel from the Engelberg Center's Disclosure Under Section 112 in Policy and Practice event. It was recorded on April 19, 2023.

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This Tool Could Protect Artists From A.I.-Generated Art That Steals Their Style The New York Times | February 13, 2023 | Jeanne Fromer

Artists want to be able to post their work online without the fear “of feeding this monster” that could replace them.

Into the Sparkly Heart of Zazzle’s Font War Slate | January 24, 2023 | Chris Sprigman

The inventor of a popular typeface has accused the online marketplace of theft. Sellers are split over what she’s owed.

How E-Commerce Changed the Knock-Off Furniture Game Dwell | November 16, 2022 | Chris Sprigman

Direct-to-consumer revolutionized the furniture market. What’s at stake when fakes are easier to find than ever?

‘Needle Barely Moved’ for Woman-Led Patent Trials, Report Says Bloomberg Law | November 02, 2022 | Patricia Martone

Women continue to face barriers in leading patent trials after a decade of almost no growth kept their share of first chair roles under 10%, according to a report by Patricia A. Martone, a long-time female patent trial lawyer.

'Vogue' has 'an easy case' in lawsuit against Drake and 21 Savage, experts say NPR | October 03, 2022 | Barton Beebe

Legal experts believe the publisher of Vogue magazine has a strong case in a trademark lawsuit that could cost rappers 21 Savage and Drake millions.

Internet Archive Pandemic Library Provokes Broader Lending Fight Bloomberg Law | October 03, 2022 | Jason Schultz

A fight spurred by the Internet Archive throwing its online library’s doors open during the pandemic has drawn myriad industry and academic briefs into what’s now a broad fight over digital lending that seems destined for the US Supreme Court.