George Carlin AI Case Highlights Rights of Deceased Celebrities and Their EstatesIn a time when technology continues to push the boundaries of what is possible, the recent settlement in the George Carlin AI imitation case highlights a fascinating intersection between artificial intelligence and intellectual property rights.Carlin AI Case Brought Seeking Protection of Deceased Celebrity RightsThe case revolved around two podcast

Springtime Brings Texas BluebonnetsSpringtime in Texas brings a breathtaking sight that locals and visitors eagerly anticipate—the blooming of bluebonnets. These iconic wildflowers, with their vibrant blue petals stretching across fields and roadsides, hold a special place in the hearts of Texans. But beyond their aesthetic appeal, bluebonnets play a crucial role in the state’s ecosystem and cultural identity.The Significance of

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires some employers to file annual information returns with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) by certain deadlines. These employers also must provide their employees with certain forms related to insurance coverage by a deadline. Failure to meet these deadlines can result in double penalties – one for failure to file an information return and one

3 Impacts You Might Have Noticed from Google’s March 2024 Core Update
The shifting landscape of Google Search can feel like navigating a digital wilderness for website owners. Search engine algorithms are constantly refined to prioritize the most relevant and valuable content for users.
The March 2024 Core Update, a significant overhaul by Google, sent shockwaves through the SEO (Search

The mobile revolution is undeniable. Smartphones and tablets have become necessary tools, fundamentally changing consumer behavior. Over 90% of the global population utilizes mobile phones, blending the lines between browsing, shopping, and brand connection. Traditional marketing doens’t work as well anymore and often doesn’t get results.
Mobile marketing has become a popular form of brand promotion. Businesses can effectively reach

Last year, California enacted two laws that severely restrict noncompete agreements in the state. First, Senate Bill 699, now codified as Section 16600.5 of the Business & Professions Code, extends the state’s general ban on noncompete agreements to agreements signed out of state. It also creates a private right of action for employees whose agreements include restrictive covenants, including

AI Armor: Securing the Future of Your AI Company with Strategic Intellectual Property is now available on Amazon! Click here to choose the Kindle, hardcover, or paperback edition.
Authored by Blueshift IP co-founder and AI patent expert Robert Plotkin, AI Armor is a first-of-its-kind guide written specifically for founders, executives, investors, and advisors of growing AI companies. The book describes

As former President Donald Trump once again hits the campaign trail, he is doubling down on his previous campaign promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), characterizing “Obamacare” as a “catastrophe.” Trump’s insistence on this campaign goal, which failed the first time, comes at a time when the ACA is more popular and widely used than ever