During a recorded conversation with activists, an officer began backing the conversation with the sounds of Taylor Swift.
Houdini knew that owning a patent for an illusion did little to stop imitators from stealing his thunder — so he employed a bit of legal sleight of hand.
“While the rest of the world is going out of their way to help small businesses during this pandemic, Apple has chosen to go after our small business,” says Prepear co-founder Natalie Monson.
A case of mistaken artwork has cost the US Postal Service millions of dollars.
Does an artist have the right to withhold their work when they don’t agree with the political message?
On Monday, the Ninth Circuit court of appeals upheld a previous decision dismissing the lawsuit brought by PETA on behalf of Naruto, a Celebes crested macaque.
The clothing company claims it has dropped its lawsuit against the artist Revok after widespread outcry and calls for a boycott, though the artist’s lawyer claims that is not true.
Happy Public Domain Day 2018! Here are 10 artists whose work is leaving copyright (although not in the United States).
Photographer David Slater will donate a quarter of any revenue from the viral “monkey selfies” to charities working to preserve the crested macaque’s habitat in Indonesia.
Photographer Lynn Goldsmith claims Andy Warhol infringed on her copyright in 1984 when he made a series of prints based on her portrait of Prince.
In a suit that shows people will sue over just about anything, a Canadian artist is accusing Damien Hirst of copyright infringement — because a series of his bracelets features similar pill-shaped charms as hers.
If you’ve ever considered downloading a digital image of an artwork from a museum’s website, you probably know rather well that the world of copyright is an incredibly murky and difficult one to navigate.