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Judge grants summary judgment in favor of Google Books a fair use victory

USA - November 19 2013 Judge Denny Chin, in the Southern District of New York, issued an opinion and order granting defendant Google Books' motion for summary judgment, and

Harvard Law professor and IP scholar files suit after receiving DMCA notice

USA - November 6 2013 Lawrence Lessig is very well-known in the legal community. Lessig, a professor at Harvard Law School, frequently lectures on copyright and technology

Torrent wars: copyright trolls, legitimate IP rights, and the need for new rules vetting evidence and to amend the Copyright Act (excerpt)

USA - November 4 2013 Today, a program called BitTorrent is spurring a new wave of internet file sharing, and along with it an ocean of online copyright infringement

New copyright legislation: what potential changes are in store?

USA - November 4 2013 In a world where technology is constantly changing, it seems only logical that copyright law would shift to accommodate it. There are currently three

Hinging on the definition of “orderly”: copyright holder faces losing option to enforce registered work

USA - October 24 2013 The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals recently vacated a judgment against a sculptor in which copyright protection for one of her works was denied based

USPTO refuses to register design: will the Cheesehead stand alone?

USA - November 20 2013 Foamation is the company to blame for the flood of the Cheesehead products commonly enjoyed by Green Bay Packer fans. But soon they may not be the

Judge grants summary judgment in favor of Google Books a fair use victory

USA - November 19 2013 Judge Denny Chin, in the Southern District of New York, issued an opinion and order granting defendant Google Books' motion for summary judgment, and

Harvard Law professor and IP scholar files suit after receiving DMCA notice

USA - November 6 2013 Lawrence Lessig is very well-known in the legal community. Lessig, a professor at Harvard Law School, frequently lectures on copyright and technology

Torrent wars: copyright trolls, legitimate IP rights, and the need for new rules vetting evidence and to amend the Copyright Act (excerpt)

USA - November 4 2013 Today, a program called BitTorrent is spurring a new wave of internet file sharing, and along with it an ocean of online copyright infringement

New copyright legislation: what potential changes are in store?

USA - November 4 2013 In a world where technology is constantly changing, it seems only logical that copyright law would shift to accommodate it. There are currently three