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A Reduced Win for Oracle

The district court remittitur is vacated in the copyright case against SAP.

 

Copyright Infringement or Transformative Work?

Is this another step in the long march toward fair use free-for-all?

 

Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Public Domain

Three lessons on character copyright infringement.

 


Articles »

Summary Judgment on Copyright Damages: New Guidance

By Mark G. Tratos and Bethany L. Rabe

WrestleMania XXIV sparked an unexpected match: DJ Anthony Dash vs. famed champion boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr.


Developments in Injunctive Relief in Health Care Patent Cases

By Mark Rachlin

Chief Justice Roberts’s interim order injects ambiguity into the analysis of “at risk” launches.


Presumption or Proof? Establishing Irreparable Harm in Trademark Cases after eBay

By Mark S. VanderBroek and Lucas A. Westby

A lawyer litigating a plaintiff’s trademark case cannot count on a presumption being applied.

 


Announcements »

Committee Presents Programs on Patent Trolls

The April 10th program, "Patent Trolls—Do They Help or Hurt Innovation and Will the Legislation Kill Them," offered a lively debate on this hot topic.


Join Us for Our Monthly Conference Calls!

The calls take place on the second Wednesday of each month at noon Pacific time. Upcoming Committee projects, programs, and publications are all on the agenda.


 
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