January 3, 2024
Artificial intelligence faces more legal challenges
Ed Klaris speaks with NPR about The New York Times' copyright lawsuit against OpenAI and legal challenges to the development and use of generative AI.
December 29, 2023
OpenAI Faces Existential Threat in New York Times Copyright Suit
Ed Klaris speaks with Bloomberg Law about The New York Times' copyright lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft.
October 20, 2023
AI is causing panic for authors. Now the courts are involved
Lance Koonce quoted in an article from the LA Times discussing the ongoing battle between authors and AI software.
September 28, 2023
AI-Generated Yappers Have Yet to Rankle the Podcast Industry
Alexia Bedat quoted in Bloomberg News about the differences in AI implications between the podcast industry and other industries.
September 20, 2023
Franzen, Grisham and Other Prominent Authors Sue OpenAI
Ed Klaris speaks with the New York Times in response to a copyright infringement law suit brought against Open AI by prominent authors.
September 12, 2023
Authors Sue Meta, OpenAI in Lawsuits Alleging Infringement of Hundreds of Thousands of Novels
Ed Klaris speaks with The Hollywood Reporter in the wake of Artificial intelligence companies being bombarded by court challenges that will decide the legality of how large language models are trained
September 8, 2023
Startup Debuts New AI Models Trained on Getty Images and other Content as Copyright Concerns Loom
Ed Klaris talks with Digiday about Bria AI, an Israeli-based AI image generator that uses models trained with licensed content from stock image stock image powerhouse Getty Images and other sources.
September 7, 2023
"Definition of the Smoke-Filled Room": Brockton School Committee Broke Law, Expert Says
Rob Bertsche speaks with the Enterprise explaining how the Brockton School Committee likely violated the state's open meeting law during a closed-door meeting revealing a $14.4 million budget deficit.
September 6, 2023
Potential Supreme Court Clash Looms over Copyright Issues in Generative AI Training Data
Ed Klaris speaks with VentureBeat about the potential for issues related to copyrighted data trained by generative AI to be debated on in the Supreme Court.
August 26, 2023
Silence over Drowning of Obama Chef Tafari Campbell Sparks Conspiracy Theories including his Relationship with the 26-Year-Old Unidentified Woman who Witnessed his Death
Rob Bertsche speaks with the Daily Mail about the role of the Massachusetts police in the wake of the death of the Obama’s chef Tafari Campbell.
April 18, 2023
Viral AI Powered Drake/Weeknd Song Removed from Streaming Services
Ed Klaris joins NBC News to speak on the legal implications of A.I. generated music in response to the A.I. voiced rap song “Heart on My Sleeve,” which features the replicated voices of Drake and The
March 23, 2023
Is AI Music Even Legal?
Ed Klaris joins NBC News to discuss the legality of AI-Created Music.
January 6, 2023
The Healey Era begins
The host of Talking Politics, Adam Reilly, talks with Axios' Mike Deehan and lawyer and First Amendment specialist Robert Bertsche about incoming Massachusetts Gov.
October 27, 2022
Are Smart Contracts the Key to Empowering Artists Over Flippers?
Louise Carron discusses smart contracts and the legal implications of relying on code over off-chain contracts.
September 21, 2022
Press and Civil Liberties Groups Respond to Tong Request to Project Veritas
September 17, 2022
Ed Klaris recognized by Best Lawyers 2021 for Entertainment Law – Motion Pictures and Television