The IP of designer fonts
No matter what service or product a company is selling, chances are they are using some kind of font in their marketing materials. While many people assume that fonts can be used freely, font programmes and their underlying typefaces are actually intellectual property protected by copyright.
In 2009, Font Bureau, an American type foundry, sued NBC Universal for failing to secure the rights to a
Chinese artist accused of ripping off Belgian counterpart
A Chinese artist has been accused by a Belgian painter of ripping off his works for years.
What happens when someone copies your idea for a book title?
An author has accused bestselling author Nora Roberts of plagiarising a book title of hers. But book titles cannot be copyrighted.
Jeff Koons, serial plagiarist, gets caught again
The law finds Jeff Koons guilty of plagiarism, again. This time for a statue that he based on an ad in the 1980s.