Dunnington partners Ray Dowd and Olivera Medenica represent law professors supporting a challenge to the USPTO’s denial of a patent to owners of artificial intelligence systems. The legal issue is whether an “inventor” must be a human being under the Patent Act. Read More
Dunnington partner Nicola Tegoni, Co-Chair of Dunnington’s Italy Desk and Raymond Dowd, Chair of Dunnington’s Art Law Practice Group will be speaking at an April 14, 2023 conference at John Cabot University in Rome titled “Cultural Patrimony and the Legislative System: Italy and the USA in Comparison.” Read More
If you took an Uber to meet your Bumble date and later split the tab on Cash App, you just used at least three Application Programming Interfaces or APIs. In addition to sharing data with your date, you probably shared some of your data with Uber, Bumble, and Block, the parent company of Cash App. Uber may share data with other third parties such as business partners or websites that integrate with Uber APIs. Cash App may share data with other third party companies to deliver Cash App services. Bumble may share data about users’ age, gender, and location to marketing service providers, like Meta. Read More
You’ve seen the movies: Woman in Gold. The Monuments Men.
You’ve read the headlines: Museums subject to claims of exhibiting ill-gotten works. Read More
Dunnington’s Olivera Medenica and Maaike Angulo recently co-authored an article published in the INTA Bulletin, entitled The IP Enforcement Coordinator’s Broad and Growing Mandate, along with Jeff Dupler, Gibney Anthony & Flaherty, LLP; Crystal Broughan, Marks Gray, PA; and Sean O’Hearen, Excellis Health Solutions.
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Join Dunnington partner Olivera Medenica CIPP/US, CIPM on October 13, 2022 in Paris, France at La Fondation des États-Unis (https://lnkd.in/gbgbAF3Q) for the Paris Fashion Law Conference organized by the Intellectual Property Section of the Federal Bar Association and the French American Bar Association. Read More
New York State recently enacted a law requiring museums to label artwork stolen during the Holocaust. Dunnington partner Ray Dowd’s analysis of the new law’s impact on museums and the art market was featured in The Times of Israel. Dunnington has achieved landmark litigation victories for a number of families reclaiming artworks looted in the Nazi era.
Dunnington Bartholow & Miller LLP is pleased to announce a November 17, 2022 auction at Christie’s in New York of two important works by the Austrian artist Egon Schiele belonging to the family of Fritz Grünbaum. Grünbaum, a Viennese Jewish cabaret performer, was an inspiration for Joel Grey’s character in “Cabaret” and an outspoken critic of the Nazis who was murdered in the Dachau Concentration Camp in 1941. Read More