February 2023 Roundup of Copyright News

The U.S. Copyright Office was busy during the month of February with a range of activities, including hosting a roundtable on non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and publishing its much-awaited response to […]

January 2023 Roundup of Copyright News

If this past month is any indication, then 2023 promises to be another busy year in copyright law. Here is a quick snapshot of the copyright-related activities that occurred during […]

Copyright Legislation in 2022: A Year in Review

2022 was not the busiest year in terms of copyright legislation, but nonetheless, there were some significant legislative activities both in Congress and at the state level, including one copyright […]

Copyright Office Activities in 2022: A Year in Review

As the second in our year-in-review series, this blog highlights the most significant Copyright Office’s activities that took place in 2022. We encourage you to also check out the first […]

Copyright Cases in 2022: A Year in Review

Coverage of copyright litigation in 2022 was understandably focused on the Supreme Court’s transformative fair use showdown in Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith, but the past year saw many other significant […]

November 2022 Roundup of Copyright News

Artificial Intelligence (AI) issues heated up quickly in November, with a major visual arts community and an AI developer making changes to their policies on AI use of copyrighted works […]

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October 2022 Roundup of Copyright News

Easily the most significant copyright-related event to take place this October was the U.S. Supreme Court hearing of oral arguments in the biggest fair use case in decades, Andy Warhol […]