How will US Supreme Court define “full costs” in copyright cases?
In Rimini Street v Oracle, the definition of “full costs” awarded to prevailing parties by the Copyright Act is disputed. IP practitioners weigh in on whether the court will decide it includes only taxable costs or non-taxable costs as well
The Supreme Court granted cert to Rimini Street v Oracle on September 27, in a move aimed at clearing up the circuit-dividing issue of the definition of “full costs” in the Copyright Act.
There are three types of costs in...
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