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US Supreme Court Rules Copyright Owners Have No Right To Sue Until Their Copyright Has Been Registered

USA - March 19 2019 The Supreme Court issued a unanimous ruling on March 4, 2019 that copyright owners cannot file infringement actions until after the U.S. Copyright…

Allonn Levy, Mitesh Patel

Employee Data under CCPA

USA - September 8 2020 Long gone are the days when companies could claim ownership in their employees’ data, at least in California. As our prior posts have indicated, the…

The Intersection of Trademarks and Open Source

USA - May 26 2020 When open source developers call us asking to confirm that they can use the trademark or name of an open source project for their newly forked…

Our Privacy & Security 2021 To-Do (and Not-To-Do) List: Lessons Learned From a Year Like No Other

European Union, France, United Kingdom, USA - January 4 2021 Happy New Year from our team at Hopkins & Carley! With each New Year comes a host of bright new intentions. As each of us knows all too well, some…

Céline M. Guillou

Force Majeure and Other Contract Performance Questions

USA - April 20 2020 With organizations scrambling to reassess contractual relationships, a question at top of mind is "we have a force majeure clause, can we get out of…