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The difference between "an" and "any": a Supreme Court lesson in statutory interpretation

USA - May 21 2012 The United States Supreme Court reversed the Federal Circuit in Caraco Pharmaceutical Laboratories v. Novo Nordisk, No. 10-844....

Carol Anne Been.

Google AdWords under fire as Fourth Circuit revives Rosetta Stone's trademark action

USA - May 21 2012 The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals breathed new life into Rosetta Stone's claim for trademark infringement against Google, reversing the Eastern District of Virginia's 2010 ruling that Google did not infringe Rosetta Stone's trademark or dilute the value of its marks by allowing others to purchase the 'rosetta stone' mark in its AdWords program....

Carol Anne Been.

Appellate court vacates DMCA safe harbor ruling in $1 billion YouTube case

USA - May 21 2012 After successfully winning summary judgment on its claim of safe harbor immunity from liability for copyright infringement by its users before the District Court for the Southern District of New York, YouTube now faces remand of the $1 billion copyright infringement suit initiated in 2007 by Viacom International Inc. and others who own copyrights in movies and television shows that were uploaded to the YouTube website....

Carol Anne Been.

US Supreme Court sides with Congress and foreign copyright owners on restoration of copyright protection

USA - February 16 2012 The recent decision of the United States Supreme Court will likely result in taking potentially large amounts of works from the public domain and restoring copyright protection to their owners....

Carol Anne Been.

Federal Circuit Court affirms patent claims are selected by plaintiff, not defendants

USA - February 16 2012 The Federal Circuit Court of Appeals recently upheld a permanent injunction issued by the District of Nebraska where the District Court refused to consider the validity of unasserted patent claims and denied both written description and enablement defenses raised in response to those claims....

Carol Anne Been.