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Duane Morris LLP | USA | 17 Aug 2016

Another Positive Development for the Medical Marijuana Industry

Just one week after the DEA and FDA reiterated the federal government's willingness to allow broader research into the health benefits of cannabis

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Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP | USA | 19 Jul 2016

What’s the Frequency, Tom: The FCC Releases the Spectrum Frontiers Order

In a move that will support the development of 5G networks, the FCC issued an Order last week in the “Spectrum Frontiers” proceeding that should open

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Leech Tishman Fuscaldo & Lampl LLC | USA | 25 Mar 2015

US must pay more than $500,000 for using sculpture photo on stamp

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled that the US government must pay more than $500,000 based on sales of a postage stamp infringed

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Duane Morris LLP | USA | 13 Feb 2015

War memorial sculptor wins appeal in copyright litigation with government

An appellate court has affirmed a royalty award to a famous sculptor based on the U.S. government's unauthorized use of his copyrighted work in a

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Arent Fox LLP | USA, New Zealand | 4 Mar 2013

Owners of alleged copyright pirate Megaupload dealt a blow by New Zealand appeals court in ongoing extradition battle

A New Zealand court of appeals has handed the US Government a major victory in its ongoing battle to extradite the owners of the foreign corporation

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Stikeman Elliott LLP | Canada | 8 Nov 2011

US considers tough legislation to cripple foreign sites that infringe US IP

Recently, a controversial new bill was introduced in the United States House of Representatives.

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Fasken | Canada | 27 Oct 2011

Canada strengthening its IP regime

As with previous years, Canada has been placed on the U.S. 2011 Priority Watch List of countries for which there are concerns regarding the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights.

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McCarter & English LLP | Global | 12 Oct 2011

Avoiding the Internet's red light district

Soon there will be a virtual red light district on the Internet catering to the adult entertainment industry.

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Heenan Blaikie LLP | Canada | 5 Oct 2011

Bill C-11, TPMS, private use and statutory damages

The Montreal Gazette ran an editorial today regarding Bill C-11 (the Copyright Modernization Act), which contains a glaring factual error regarding statutory damages and technological protection measures (TPMs).

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Heenan Blaikie LLP | Canada | 16 Sep 2011

Parody and fair dealing as it is and may be

The federal government has announced that it will be re-introducing Bill C-32 (The Copyright Modernization Act), which would have added "parody" as a category of fair dealing under the Copyright Act (Canada).

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