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A group of artists filed a lawsuit against three tech companies that created chatbots used to turn text prompts into AI-generated images. The lawsuit is one among many that artists have filed in the past year alleging infringement through use…
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In February, two class action lawsuits were filed against dating app companies. Both lawsuits were filed against Match Group LLC. (Match Group) –its portfolio of brands that includes Tinder, Hinge, and Match, among others. The first lawsuit was filed on…
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Last Friday, in a first-of-its-kind ruling, the Alabama Supreme Court held that embryos are considered people under Alabama state law. As such, those who destroy embryos could be held liable for wrongful death. The decision has concerned reproductive rights advocates…
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Four women have filed a lawsuit against the makers of the Stanley cup –an ultra-popular drink tumbler that went viral on social media. The complaint alleged that brand owner Pacific Market International failed to disclose to consumers that their product,…
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This week, former president Trump petitioned the Supreme Court to pause a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit that rejected his claim of immunity from prosecution on charges related to his role in…
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It depends on who you ask. A central talking point at this year’s Legal Week in New York City centered around the emergence of AI technology and whether it will reshape legal billing. Traditionally, most law firms have been slow…
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On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments about whether they should uphold the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision to disqualify former president Donald Trump from the state’s primary ballot for the 2024 presidential election. The justices seemed skeptical of…
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Yesterday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit unanimously rejected former president Donald Trump’s claim that he is immune from prosecution on charges related to his role in the January 6th Capital riots. A three-judge panel…
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In January, The American Lawyer analyzed 41 of the United States’ highest-grossing firms (AM Law 100) to evaluate how these businesses use generative artificial intelligence (GAI) to expedite their legal work and promote business operations. Many of the country’s top…
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This week, the bipartisan Illinois State Board of Elections unanimously decided to keep Donald Trump on the primary ballot despite efforts to have him removed for his role in the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol. As a…
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On January 18th, House lawmakers sent a bipartisan letter to the FDA addressing the growing danger of an unregulated synthetic drug being sold at gas stations across the United States, commonly known as “gas station heroin.” Tianeptine is a drug…
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Last week, the Supreme Court of Louisiana issued a letter on the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on the legal community. Sentiments expressed in the letter echo Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts’ remarks detailed in the 2023…
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Last September, Peter Navarro, a former Trump aide, was found guilty of contempt of Congress for ignoring a subpoena regarding investigations into the January 6th attack on the Capitol. On Thursday, a judge sentenced him to four months in prison…
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Two concertgoers filed a class action lawsuit against Madonna, tour operator and promotor Live Nation, and Brooklyn Events Center, which does business as Barclays Center. The lawsuit alleges that Madonna started her Celebration Tour concert in Brooklyn, New York, two…
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