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Squire Patton Boggs | USA | 8 Jun 2017

Uncharted Waters: ITC Administrative Law Judge Recommends $37 Million Penalty For Prohibited Fish-Finder Sales

In an enforcement proceeding stemming from the ITC’s December 2015 decision in Certain Marine Sonar Imaging Devices, Inv. No. 337-TA-921, ALJ David


Crowell & Moring LLP | USA | 28 Apr 2017

Can You Copyright Infringe Anonymously?

Yesterday, the Sixth Circuit heard an anonymous copyright infringement case of first impression. See Signature Management Team, LLC v. Doe, No


Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP | USA | 2 Aug 2016

No Harm, No Foul? Not According to the FTC’s LabMD Decision

Last Friday, the FTC reversed an Administrative Law Judge’s ruling in the FTC data security case against clinical laboratory LabMD, broadening the


Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner LLP | USA | 20 Jul 2016

Cruz For President Cannot Avoid Copyright Infringement And Breach Of Contract Claims

In May of 2016, "Cruz for President" and its ad agency (together "Cruz") were sued by a music downloading website and two artists (collectively


Akerman LLP | USA | 8 Jul 2016

Second Circuit In Vimeo Narrows The Red Flag Knowledge and Willful Blindness Exceptions To DMCA Safe Harbors

The Second Circuit recently decided Capitol Records, LLC, et al. v. Vimeo, LLC (2d Cir. June 16, 2016) ("Vimeo"), a landmark decision concerning the


Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner LLP | USA | 14 Jun 2016

Court Finds an Agreement Not-to-Sue is a Patent License Despite Language to the Contrary

A Minnesota court required a patent owner to provide the accused infringer with documents relating to an agreement after finding that the agreement


Klein Moynihan Turco LLP | USA | 12 May 2016

Discovery Dispute Lingers in “Stairway to Heaven” Copyright Infringement Case

With a jury trial scheduled to begin in just over a month, Led Zeppelin, their music publisher and record label continue to feud with the estate of a


Clayton Utz | Australia | 28 Apr 2016

Implications of the Dallas Buyers Club v iiNet decisions

The Dallas Buyers Club v iiNet decisions may have broadened the law on who can sue for copyright infringement, and could set more hurdles for future


Johnson Winter & Slattery | Australia | 6 Jul 2015

Current developments in protecting against online piracy: preliminary discovery, a new “three-strike” system and website blocking legislation

A number of recent developments have brought the issue of online copyright infringement in Australia to the fore. This article provides a summary of


King & Wood Mallesons | Australia | 16 Apr 2015

Dallas Buyers Club court to order the (conditional) disclosure of customer details following allegations of copyright infringement

On 7 April, Justice Perram of the Federal Court of Australia found that iiNet and five other ISPs should provide the names and addresses associated

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