Saudi Arabia And US Copyright Laws Compared

Saudi Arabia and US Copyright Laws Compared

By Hussain Bu Najimah Washington University School of Law LLM candidate, 2022 Saudi Arabia is changing very fast, and it has become one of the fastest and hottest developed countries in the world. And one of these changes is the opening of the country for entertainment events, festivals, and art galleries. Saudi Arabia also intends to open more art museums…

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First Sale Doctrine Fatality?

First Sale Doctrine Fatality?

By Khala K. Turner Saint Louis University School of Law Juris Doctorate Candidate, 2022 Shiver and Duke, a creative company based in Atlanta, is up against Chanel in New York federal court as a potential first sale doctrine fatality. In February 2021, Chanel filed suit against the e-commerce-based company after it noticed its jewelry products were being redistributed in interstate…

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The Future Of NFTs

The Future of NFTs

By Annika Eckenrode Washington University Juris Doctor Candidate, 2022 In 2007, a video of a baby biting his brother’s finger, entitled “Charlie Bit My Finger”, went viral on YouTube, receiving nearly a billion views since it was uploaded. Now, years later, the children in the video are teenagers who have made a major profit off of their childhood fame, as…

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