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Is Copyright Enough? The Big Fight Against Wordle Clones

Is Copyright Enough? The Big Fight Against Wordle Clones

In the world of intellectual property, copyright serves as a vital tool for protecting original works. However, recent events surrounding the New York Times’ battle against Wordle “clones” underscore the limitations of copyright alone in defending creative assets. The nuances of this copyright saga are a great lesson on why relying solely on copyright may not suffice in safeguarding intellectual property.

Who Invented That? USPTO’s New AI Guidelines

Who Invented That? USPTO’s New AI Guidelines

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has taken a significant step forward with its recent guidance on evaluating inventorship for artificial intelligence (AI)-assisted inventions. Released on February 12, 2024, the guidance seeks to provide clarity on a nuanced issue that has garnered attention within the intellectual property community.

Three Legal Tools to Protect Your Work

Three Legal Tools to Protect Your Work

Navigating the landscape of copyrights, trademarks, and patents can be akin to charting unfamiliar territory. These legal tools serve distinct purposes, each safeguarding different aspects of your creative or innovative work. In this blog, we’ll demystify them for you, providing clarity on when you might need one, two, or even all three.

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