A federal jury is set to decide whether celebrity tattoo artist Kat Von D infringed photographer Jeff Sedlik's copyright in a Miles Davis portrait by tattooing the image onto her client's body.
If you like your turkey with a side of copyright infringement, you've come to the right place.
While a flurry of AI copyright lawsuits from prominent authors and artists grab headlines, another case has quietly taken something more important: a head start.
Photographer Jeff Sedlik and tattoo artist Kat Von D each claim the Supreme Court’s Warhol decision entitles them to summary judgment their long-running copyright dispute.
A new complaint involving competing pooping puppy puzzles shows why drawing the line between ideas and expression can be difficult business.
The jury has spoken: Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud" doesn't infringe the copyright in Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On."
A group of artists has filed a first-of-its-kind copyright infringement lawsuit against the developers of popular AI art tools, but did they paint themselves into a corner?
AI-generated art isn’t perfect, but it’s become a viable option for license-free set decoration in motion pictures and other commercial productions. Here’s what you need to know.
A banana taped to a wall may qualify as art, but as a copyright infringement lawsuit it should have been left to rot.
Musician Andy "Vince Vance" Stone claims that Mariah Carey's classic "All I Want for Christmas is You" infringes the copyright in his own song of the same name. Here's why he's wrong—and why the lawsuit never should have been filed.