The basics of Web3 intellectual property
What are the basics of intellectual property in Web3? Attorney Lance Koonce lays out the basics of IP protection, including copyright, rights of publicity, etc.
Piracy, NFT infringement and what to do about it
What options do creators have if their NFT work is pirated by someone pretending to own the copyright? Attorney Lance Koonce offers options in his new column.
NFT copyright infringement: Who takes responsibility?
When a user uploads NFTs to an NFT marketplace that contains infringing content under the Copyright Act, which parties are liable? Attorney Lance Koonce discusses the safe harbor provisions of the Copyright Act.
Who owns the NFT copyright of physical works?
Many people mistakenly believe that when they buy a painting or physical artwork, they can turn it into an NFT. Not so, as our Ask the Attorney column explains.
Can I mint museum artworks as NFTs if I take a picture of them?
Can you take photos of classic artworks in the public domain and mint them as NFTs? Yes, says attorney Lance Koonce in this Ask the Attorney column.
Can I sell photos of public figures as NFTs?
In this Ask the Attorney column, Lance Koonce of Klaris Law addresses whether a photographer can sell photos of public figures taken at a public event as NFTs.
AI-generated art and intellectual property copyright
Are you trying to mint AI-generated art or AI-generated photography? Lance Koonce of Klaris Law provides guidance on the current state of AI and copyright.
Can I sell works of street photography as NFTs?
In this Ask the Attorney column, Lance Koonce of Klaris Law addresses whether you can sell a work of street photography as an NFT.
Common copyright issues within the NFT landscape
In this Ask the Attorney column, Lance Koonce of Klaris Law addresses some of the most common copyright issues encountered within Web3 and the NFT space.