Lawyers weigh in on SCOTUS copyright ruling
The US Supreme Court has ruled that copyright owners must obtain a registration before they may sue for copyright infringement, with lawyers saying it has clear practical implications for companies
The Supreme Court’s March 4 Fourth Estate v Wall-Street.com decision affirmed the appeals court’s registration approach, meaning copyright holders need to register their rights before they may enforce them through an infringement lawsuit. Managing IP previewed the ruling in July,...
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