With Dr. Seuss Enterprises deciding to no longer publish six books containing racially insensitive content, would it be fair use for others to do so?
The newly-minted "Office of the Former President" features a logo with a striking resemblance to the Great Seal of the United States. Is it legal?
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had a dream—and a copyright. Both still live on today.
"The Queen's Gambit" has sparked a new wave of interest in chess. And while chess moves and game results aren't protected by copyright law, that's not for a lack of trying.
Nearly 25% of online news articles contain embedded links to social media posts. Are the publishers of these articles all committing copyright infringement?
Is that "No Photography" sign worth the bronze-colored aluminum it's painted on?