The holder of the OnlyFans trademark has recently won several intellectual property cases at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) against a number of sites allegedly engaging in infringement.
After yesterday’s XBIZ report that Mastercard Inc. had decided to change the requirements it sets for banks that process payments for “sellers of adult content,” industry payment processors, attorneys and advocates shared their thoughts on what this might mean for content production and distribution.
From monoliths like XVideos to Pornhub, tube sites have upended the adult industry ever since they first emerged onto the scene in 2006.
The debate over whether sex workers and sex-oriented businesses can apply for federal disaster relief loans through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)’s “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security” (CARES) program continues, with a focus on the interpretation of the word “prurient.”
As we roll into the second decade of the new century, XBIZ offers its annual legal outlook to provide a roadmap for the journey ahead, along with a map charting the obstacles along the way.
The newest episode of the Peepshow Podcast features Woodhull Freedom Foundation CEO Ricci Levy and noted attorney Larry Walters discussing the latest updates on their legal challenge to FOSTA/SESTA.
The next Clips4Sale Legal Zone will feature attorneys Corey Silverstein and Larry Walters along with Clips4Sale owner Neil as they imparted their knowledge to models and producers.
Adult industry attorney Lawrence G. Walters has formed a new law firm that will start in the new year.