An Interview with Klaris Law's Alexia Bedat by The Podcast Business Journal
Klaris Partner Alexia Bedat interviewed by the Podcast Business Journal on podcast and audio deal making
Going Meta: An Article on Artificial Intelligence by Artificial Intelligence
Louise Carron writes with the assistance of artificial intelligence about its impact on the creative industries and its legal ramifications.
No Monkey Business Allowed: Court in Yuga Labs v. Ripps Case Finds Purported “Appropriation Art” NFTs Infringing, and That NFTs are Digital “Goods”
What is it with apes, IP, and technology? See Klaris attorneys Lance Koonce and Louise Carron's analysis of Yuga Labs, Inc. v. Ripps, et al.
Hermès Wins NFT Lawsuit: “MetaBirkins” Creator Left Holding the Bag
Lance Koonce and Louise Carron speak on whether traditional IP and free speech laws and precedent apply in the context of NFTs, and if their application mean the end of NFTs as an art form.
Podcasting Comes to Hollywood
Alexia Bedat advises podcast creators to learn the lessons of Hollywood contracts and to seek deals that build on the unique strengths of the new medium.
Why the Podcast Business Won’t Turn Into The Film/TV Business
Alexia Bedat writes about the current state of podcast deals and why such deals are unlikely to replicate film/tv deals.
Alex Jones’ Infowars Bankruptcy
Ed Klaris discusses the Infowars bankruptcy and its impact on the ongoing defamation lawsuits against its founder Alex Jones after calling 2012 Sandy Hook elementary school shooting a “hoax.”
The Art of the “Real”: When Commerce and Creativity Clash in the World of NFTs, Who’s Left Holding the Bag?
When a cheap Hermès or Gucci handbag shows up on a street corner table or an online marketplace, we all know the drill.
Pulp Friction: Miramax, Tarantino NFT IP Rights Under the Gun
Lance Koonce and Louise Carron provide insights into the Miramax v. Tarantino lawsuit involving non-fungible tokens, intellectual property and contract law.
Licensing Comes to Podcasting
Alexia Bedat participates in the Velocity of Content, a podcast by the Copyright Clearance Center, and shares insights on negotiating podcasting licensing deals from both sides of the contract.
Why Podcast IP Is So Valuable, And How To Make Even More Value With Media Intellectual Property Attorney Alexia Bedat
Alexia Bedat discusses how podcasters can protect and take full ownership of their work, particularly the audio.
NFTs Are the Next Big Thing. But How Do You Know What You’re Buying?
Ed Klaris and Alexia Bedat answer the right questions regarding the sale of NFTs from a legal standpoint.
Counseling the Crypto Rush: BitClout
Alexia Bedat discusses legal issues raised by the surge of developments in the crypto space and the role of media counsel in how to navigate these issues.
Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality Art
In this ArtTactic podcast, Ed Klaris provides insight into the legal issues involved in artificial intelligence and virtual reality art.
(Don’t) Think Before You Retweet?
Ed Klaris and Alexia Bedat consider defamation risks on Twitter.