August 18, 2023
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
July 28, 2023
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.
February 17, 2023
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.
June 12, 2022
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.
May 3, 2022
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.
April 19, 2022
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.”
April 28, 2023
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.
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.
March 15, 2023
TPA Masterclass: Going Global - A Panel Discussion on the International Podcast Deal Making Scene
Alexia Bedat speaks at The Podcast Academy panel in March 2023 in Going Global - a panel on international deal making which addresses current trends in international markets, the kinds of podcasting deals happening now, and how to navigate international IP issues.
July 9, 2023
How NFTs are Reshaping IP and the Content Economy
At Consensus 2023, Lance Koonce explores the long-term implications of tying digitized transferable assets to works of art and media and how NFTs (non-fungible tokens) are reshaping intellectual property and the content economy.
May 5, 2023
The Unfinished Revolution: NFTs as Digital Property Rights - Lance Koonce at NFT.NYC 2023
Lance Koonce discusses the intersection of intellectual property and blockchain technology at NFT NYC 2023
December 5, 2022
The New Hit Factory - Podcasts and Audiobooks
Alexia Bedat speaks on a panel at the RightsTech Summit in September 2022 in a panel discussion laying out what creators, performers, and rights owners should know when it comes to developing content for audiobooks and podcasts.
October 25, 2022
Paris Podcast Festival Pro 2022 | Le podcast produit d’exportation
Alexia Bedat speaking at the Paris Podcast Festival in November 2022 on the differences between the US and French podcast markets and opportunities for collaboration.
March 19, 2022
Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs) and the Global Art Trade: Disruptor or Empowerment?
Louise Carron speaks about NFTs in the global art trade with the World Affairs Council of Maine in March 2022.
February 21, 2020