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Sarika Singh, Ph.D. McDermott Will & Emery

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Copyright statute of limitation trigged on actual or constructive notice *

USA - May 29 2014
Addressing the issue of accrual of a claim for copyright infringement, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit upheld the lower court’s…


Implied license limited to continuation applications, not to provisionals *

USA - April 30 2014
Addressing the issue of implied license, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit vacated and remanded a lower court's denial of a…


Copyright registration does not trigger the statute of limitation for a co-authorship claim *

USA - February 28 2014
Addressing for the first time the issues of cancelation of copyright registration by a court and accrual of a joint authorship claim under the…


Is a patent counterclaim enough for appeal to the Federal Circuit? It depends *

USA - October 31 2013
Addressing the threshold question of subject matter jurisdiction sua sponte in the context of summary judgment of preemption of state law claims by…


X-Men, Incredible Hulk, Spider Man and Captain America illustrator – exceptionally gifted artist, but not copyright owner *

USA - September 30 2013
Affirming a determination that certain comic book drawings were works made for hire and the artist had no rights to the work, the U.S. Court of…


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