By Andrew Strickler (November 12, 2015, 5:20 PM EST) -- Lawyers for a Texas company that makes "invisible" braces won a legal battle against the International Trade Commission that has wide ramifications for the entertainment industry's fight against Internet piracy, leading this week's pack of legal lions. Our legal lambs were led to slaughter this week by an oversharing BigLaw blogger who faces a Twitter-related sanction threat from a federal judge.
A Federal Circuit panel ruled this week in favor of braces company ClearCorrect and against the International Trade Commission, saying the agency does not have the authority to block the import of infringing digital files and is limited to...
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