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Supreme Court Rules On Copyright Registration: What Does It Mean?

I previously wrote that I was hoping the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Reed Elsevier Inc. v. Muchnickwould finally answer the question of whether copyright registration is necessary for courts to have subject matter jurisdiction. We now have a ruling – it … Continue reading

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Supreme Court May Decide Whether Registration Is Required To File A Copyright Lawsuit

We at the Owners, Borrowers & Thieves 2.0 are big enough to admit to our mistakes when, after an exhaustive search, we can’t find anyone else to blame.  Not finding anyone to blame other than the sheer height of the stack … Continue reading

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More Chaos As To Whether Registration Is Required To File A Copyright Infringement Case

Forum shopping in not just for patent and securities attorneys although their shopping habits have a greater tendency to get picked up by the Wall Street Journal law bloggers.  Even in the copyright world, crossing state lines to a different circuit or district court can mean the … Continue reading

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