I ♡ Trademarks NewsletterIssue #348
Bri Van Til | August 08, 2023
The Women’s Entrepreneurship Series has an event tomorrow where a panel will discuss the value of STEM education.
George Washington University Professor Lolita Darden is putting on an advanced trademark workshop in October.
There’s a global cannabis IP conference in Montreal next month, and weed love to see you there!
Can you get a referral bonus from a colleague you send a potential client to? Are there people you shouldn’t send referrals to because of ethical concerns? Don’t miss our webinar this Thursday to learn the answers to these questions and more!
AI Don’t Know about That!
A trademark application suggests that the future of ChatGPT is: CHATGPT 5. Profound prediction, I know.
How can one use AI to draft an article? Ask a chatbot, and it’ll tell you, apparently.
There’s been a lot of talk about the need for the three Cs—consent, credit, and compensation—when it comes to AI, but this author argues that the issue is too complicated for a “one-size-fits-all approach.”
Chances Are NIL
Golfer Jack Nicklaus sold his IP to a company, so a federal judge has ruled he no longer has the rights to license out his name or brand to others.
As the SAG-AFTRA strikes continue, extras have described being scanned, and they’re worried studios will be able to use their likenesses.
This Yale constitutional law professor argues AI is changing how one’s image is protected by intellectual property law.
Women basketball players at the University of Michigan are benefitting from NIL agreements.
Do you have anywhere you’d Rutgers work than this university? They’re looking for a brand and trademark licensing manager.
I think you have a sporting chance to get this job as principal counsel at ESPN.
Morgan (Lewis) happen in your professional life if you take this job as associate IP counsel.
Current job got you feeling Moody? Consider serving as assistant GC at this analytics company instead.
Have an open role on your team? Send a link to your job listing to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll publish it in our next newsletter.
Odds and Ends
Welcome to the Alt Legal Family, TM Cloud customers! We think you’ll love it here!
Here’s a quick reminder about how to limit your personal liability when signing contracts on behalf of your company.
Check out this endearing story about Justice Sotomayor’s trip to promote her book to schoolchildren in Mississippi.