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Generative AI Tools Can Present IP Risks, But They’re Manageable

The sudden increase in news coverage of generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools like ChatGPT and Midjourney has employees excited to discover how these accessible tools can make their jobs easier. Employers are concerned about the legal implications of using such tools, and they are exploring different approaches for their own AI usage policies. However, blanket … Continue Reading

The US Supreme Court Decides Oracle v. Google—The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

The U.S. Supreme Court issued a remarkable opinion in the long-running dispute between Oracle America and Google over Google’s copying of Oracle’s Java SE API for use on the Android platform. BakerHostetler has followed this case for quite some time, and our prior blog posts providing extensive background can be found here, here and here. … Continue Reading

Breaking Down the Briefing in Google v. Oracle: Respondent’s Brief

A decadelong dispute between Google and Oracle regarding Google’s alleged infringement of Oracle’s copyright in its application programming interface (API) will culminate in a Supreme Court decision that will have lasting effects on the copyrightability of software. This post, which summarizes Oracle’s opening brief, is the second installment in a series analyzing the briefing and … Continue Reading

Breaking Down the Briefing in Google v. Oracle: Petitioner’s Brief

A decade-long dispute between Google and Oracle regarding Google’s alleged infringement of Oracle’s copyright in its application programming interface (API) will culminate in a Supreme Court decision that will have lasting effects on the copyrightability of software. This post, which summarizes Google’s opening brief, is the first in a series analyzing the briefing and issues … Continue Reading
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