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Supreme Court's Petrella decision eliminates the laches defense as an absolute bar to copyright claims

USA - May 20 2014 In the coming months, authors of copyrighted materials may begin resurrecting long buried works and asserting infringement claims against current...

Sebastian E. Kaplan.


Landmark decision limits the authority of the International Trade Commission

USA - December 16 2013 The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Suprema, Inc., et al. V. International Trade Commission, Nos. 2012-1170, 2012-1026...

Jae Won Song, Darryl M. Woo, Bryan A Kohm.


Ninth Circuit opens new questions in copyright law in denying Fox's request to enjoin Dish Network's ad-skipping service

USA - July 26 2013 Fox Broadcasting Company v. Dish Network LLC marks the latest effort by content providers to seek redress for business harm arising from ad-skipping...

Armen N. Nercessian, Sebastian E. Kaplan.


CFAA is losing ground as a tool to fight trade secret misappropriation

USA - August 27 2012 Aggrieved employers have often turned to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) in suing former employees that allegedly absconded with information from company computersespecially critical trade secrets....

Sebastian E. Kaplan.


Ninth Circuit scales back CFAA application to data misappropriation cases

USA - August 8 2012 Aggrieved employers have often turned to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (the "CFAA") in suing former employees that allegedly absconded with information from company computers....

Sebastian E. Kaplan.