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As Quentin Tarantino’s dispute with the film studio continues, the case is set to be a landmark in litigation involving non-fungible tokens, finds Muireann Bolger.
The rise of the metaverse and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) heralds exciting opportunities in the digital realm, but has also prompted litigation posing pivotal questions concerning IP ownership.
Back in November, Miramax sued Tarantino in the US District Court for the Central District of California, over his plans to auction NFTs associated with the 1994 film, Pulp Fiction.
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Miramax, Quentin Tarantino, NFTs, IP disputes, US District Court for the Central District of California, Pulp Fiction, technology, litigation