Copyright In The Courts: Emerging Trends

Law360, New York (April 30, 2012, 1:36 PM EDT) -- Like all areas of intellectual property, the U.S. copyright laws continue their evolution to adapt to technological advances and new markets for works of authorship. Our federal courts have been busy dealing with a myriad of interesting and novel copyright disputes as of late. 

This article discusses some of the most recent developments in the world of copyright including: 

injunctions in copyright cases; proving actual damages under the Copyright Act; online infringement and personal jurisdiction; attorneys’ fee awards; and termination of transfers under Section 203.

The “Presumption of...
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