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Gauci-Maistre Xynou (Legal | Assurance) | Malta | 11 Feb 2019

CTRL +C, CTRL +V can spell trouble

Forget generation gap issues in our 'Copy & Paste' habits. Unless you don't use a computer, copying and pasting is part of our keyboarding lives -…
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Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP | USA | 20 Jul 2018

Alter Ego Claim Survives Pre-Answer Motion to Dismiss on an Equitable Ownership Theory

On July 2, 2018, Justice Barry R. Ostrager of the Commercial Division denied a motion to dismiss by UMG Recordings, Inc. (“Universal”), an alter ego…
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Holland & Knight LLP | USA | 3 May 2017

No Jurisdiction Where 1% of Sales were in Illinois

Judge St. Eve granted defendant UMG Recordings’ Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(2) motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction over...
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Fasken | Canada, USA | 29 Nov 2016

Quebec Court Awards Damages to Canadian Artist for Wrongful Copyright Takedown Notice by Record Companies

In Whyte Potter-Mäl c Topdawg Entertainment Inc., the Court of Québec found Universal Music Group, Interscope Records, and Topdawg Entertainment…
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AKD | European Union, Netherlands | 1 Nov 2016

ECJ rules on competence of Dutch court based on Recast Brussels Regulation

Under the Recast Brussels Regulation, where a claim is based on an unlawful act, the court of the place where the harmful event occurred has competence. However, determining the place where the harmful event occurred can lead to disputes. In a recent decision, the European Court of Justice emphasised that the jurisdiction of the courts at the place where the harmful event occurred is a rule......
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Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP | USA | 27 Oct 2016

NAB Announces Agreements with Sony and Warner to Waive Performance Complement and Other Statutory Requirements for Broadcasters Who Stream Their Signals

The NAB has announced agreements with Sony and Warner Music Groups to waive certain of the statutory requirements for broadcasters who stream their…
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Fay Sharpe LLP | USA | 7 Oct 2016

Supreme Court Review Could Impact How Copyright Holders Enforce Their Rights In Online Videos

When a parent captures his or her child doing something funny or remarkable on video, copyright law is probably not the first thing that crosses their…
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Loeb & Loeb LLP | USA | 16 Aug 2016

Rams v. Def Jam Recordings Inc.

In action brought by photographer and subject alleging unauthorized use of photo on recording artist Jeremih’s album cover, district court denies…
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Pillsbury | USA | 30 Mar 2016

The Dancing Baby Returns: Computer Algorithms, Good Faith and Fair Use

In "The Case of Prince, a Dancing Baby and the DMCA Takedown Notice," we discussed the potential impact of the Ninth Circuit decision in Lenz v…
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Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP | USA | 21 Mar 2016

"Dancing Baby" Decision Affects DMCA Notice-and-Takedown Provision

On Thursday, the Ninth Circuit amended its prior opinion in the famed "Dancing Baby" case, at the same time denying both parties' petitions for panel…
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