Craiyon—formerly known as DALL-E Mini—has captured the attention of the art and legal world in recent weeks, including this very blog in our first post on this fascinating service. The website, which touts itself as having the ability to produce “AI model drawing images from any prompt,” is undisputedly innovative and fun to use, yet
Craiyon (formerly known as DALL-E mini) is an AI-powered art model that draws collages of images based on, literally, “any prompt” entered by a user. The model’s developers have explained that it was “trained by looking at millions of images from the internet with their associated captions” and that “[o]ver time, it learns how to
Second Circuit Finds Warhol Artwork of Prince Infringing: Drawing a Line Between Infringing Derivative Works and Transformative Fair Use with Appropriation Art
Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. v. Goldsmith, 992 F.3d 99 (2d Cir.), opinion withdrawn and superseded on reh’g sub nom. Andy Warhol Found. for Visual Arts, Inc. v. Goldsmith, 11 F.4th 26 (2d Cir. 2021) The Second Circuit recently upheld its earlier March 26 decision in Warhol v. Goldsmith, following the recent Supreme Court
All of a sudden, no one can talk about anything but NFTs! For those people who have used up all of their tech tolerance on Zoom meetings this year, understanding this latest frenzy can seem like an insurmountable task. But FOMO tends to be very motivational! Given that the value of the crypto art market
What recourse exists when a tenant hands over a rental home to an adult film production company, which proceeds to film fourteen feature-length adult movies onsite, without the owner’s knowledge or permission, over the course of five months? Turns out, copyright law. This was the crisis facing Martha’s Vineyard homeowner Leah Bassett in 2015, when
The highly regarded “Guide to the Top Lawyers and Law Firms” described CDAS as a “highly skilled boutique offering excellent capabilities handling trademark and copyright infringement cases, as well as substantial portfolio management matters. [CDAS] exhibits expertise acting for market-leading entertainment, media and digital platform clients.” In addition to recognizing the firm for Intellectual Property:
With the recent spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and its unprecedented precipitation of social-distancing, work-from-home policies, shelter-in-place orders, and limitations on foreign travel, many individuals may be questioning whether certain contractual obligations are excused. This article provides a primer on the contract concepts of force majeure, impossibility and impracticability, and related provisions that affect,
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CDAS Partners Briana C. Hill and Benjamin Jaffe Named Co-Chairs of the Entertainment and the Digital Media & Technology groups, respectively.
Briana Hill, Co-Head of the Beverly Hills office of Cowan DeBaets Abrahams & Sheppard LLP, joins Fred Bimbler and Simon Pulman in leading the firm’s Entertainment group, which includes televison (traditional to broadband), streaming, film, new media, talent, theatre and podcasting. The group assists clients with their entertainment projects through early development, the solicitation of
Although podcasts have been around in one form or another since the early aughts, their ubiquity and popularity has skyrocketed in recent years. Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Google, and Stitcher, among other platforms, have changed the game when it comes to distribution, variety, and access. Wildly popular programs like Serial, Pod Save America, My Favorite Murder,