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SCOTUS invites Solicitor General’s position on copyright registration pre-suit requirement

USA - February 2 2018 The Copyright Act (the "Act") permits copyright holders to bring civil infringement actions in federal district courts to enforce the exclusive rights...

Tamar Y. Duvdevani.


Athletes’ right of publicity claims directed to sports video games not preempted by Copyright Act

USA - January 24 2018 The California federal district court, in Davis v. Electronic Arts Inc., recently issued the latest in a series of decisions involving athletes’ right...

Frank Ryan.


Athletes’ Right of Publicity Claims Directed to Sports Video Games Not Preempted by Copyright Act

USA - January 23 2018 The California federal district court, in Davis v. Electronic Arts Inc., recently issued the latest in a series of decisions involving athletes’ right...

Frank Ryan.


Reverse confusion actions: how conflicting court standards may affect outcomes

USA - September 29 2017 Online and social media marketing make it possible for small startups to broaden their brand exposure, expanding their consumer base without bearing...

Tamar Y. Duvdevani.


Stop them in their tracks: key points in seeking a preliminary injunction against medical device infringers

USA - September 22 2016 In 2006, the US Supreme Court reversed years of jurisprudence by eliminating the presumption of irreparable harm in patent litigations, which...

Drew M. Wintringham.