The judge thinks their client is treating the court as an ATM.
A rise in copyright infringement cases in music, particularly over the general ‘feel’ of the piece, could restrict the creation of new music.
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A rare look at a court’s application of the fair use defense in the context of an online photography case.
After watching a decade of litigation in this case, what lessons have been learned?
As it turns out, Uncle Sam has no rights under the Copyright Act, or very limited ones in any event.
That’s a lot of lawsuit, even for a Biglaw firm.
Pharrell has a strong claim for copyright infringement for the unlicensed (and highly inappropriate in light of the context) use of his work.
The singer thought her defense was coming at the plaintiffs’ claims like a ‘dark horse,’ but that didn’t work out as planned.
When emerging technology, old statutory language, and the arts collide, we are bound to have to dig deep for the right result.