Monthly Archives: November 2023

Paradise Lost Court Says AI Generated Work not Copyrightable

JONES DAY TALKS®- Paradise Lost – Court Says AI-Generated Work not Copyrightable

A federal district court held in Thaler v. Perlmutter that an AI-generated image, “A Recent Entrance to Paradise,” cannot be copyrighted due to the lack of sufficient human contribution to its creation. Jones Day partners Emily Tait and Carl Kukkonen talk about the implications of the decision, the questions that remain, third-party complications, and what GenAI users need to know.

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Class Actions Worldview Guide

JONES DAY TALKS®- Collective Actions in Spain: A Look Around and the View Ahead

As part of a series of programs covering class action laws in jurisdictions around the world, and to supplement content found in Jones Day’s recent publication, Class Actions Worldview: Part I—United States and the European Union, this edition of Jones Day Talks focuses on Class Actions in Spain – or as they’re known – Collective Actions.

Antonio Canales and Gonzalo Hierro, both based in Madrid, talk about the current Collective Actions landscape. They also discuss the Spanish Preliminary Draft Law, and share their thoughts on settlements, third-party funding, and more.

Antitrust Issues and Labor Markets

JONES DAY TALKS®- Charting the Course: Antitrust’s Past, Present, and Future in Labor Markets

Antitrust enforcement in labor markets continues to escalate worldwide. Jones Day partners Kevin Hart and Philipp Werner talk about the continuing crackdown on anticompetitive labor practices in the U.S. and across the EU, review recent developments in case law, and explain what employers need to know.

Read the full transcript here.