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The Seventh Circuit Asks, “What’s Wrong With Having Lots of Patents?”

USA - August 10 2022 The answer? Not much, in itself. If one patent is good, 132 is probably fine too. That was Judge Easterbrook’s reasoning in a recent decision…

Siegmund Y Gutman, Christopher E Ondeck

Supreme Court to Re-Examine Fair Use: Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith

USA - June 27 2022 On March 28th, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith, a case involving the core issues around copyright fair use…

Sandra A Crawshaw-Sparks, Anisha Shenai-Khatkhate, Nicole Sockett, Nicole O. Swanson

It’s not a threat, it’s a promise: Timeline of the DOJ’s statements and actions against wage fixing and no poach agreements

USA - April 7 2022 Over the past year, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) has increasingly been hot on the heels of suspected anti-competitive labor violations. To date…

Colin Kass, Reut N. Samuels

Will NFT piracy compel changes to the digital millennium Copyright Act?

USA - March 16 2022 So you bought an NFT. You now own what is effectively an immutable electronic deed meant to record ownership of an asset, often a digital artwork…

Peter Cramer

The administrative state under attack: Potentially far reaching implications of Supreme Court’s decision to Hear Challenge to FTC administrative review process

USA - February 7 2022 In 1984, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that courts must defer to an administrative agency’s reasonable interpretation of an ambiguous statute…

Amy Gordon