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How the US Supreme Court is likely to rule in copyright registration case

Ellie Mertens, New York


Supreme Court in Fourth Estate v Wall-Street.com will consider whether parties can sue for copyright infringement when they have filed a registration application, or whether they must wait until their application has been evaluated and approved

The US Supreme Court granted Fourth Estate v Wall-Street.com cert on June 29. In this case, content producer Fourth Estate had licensed many articles to Wall-Street.com. When the licence expired and Wall-Street.com continued to use the articles, Fourth Estate applied...


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