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Works Made For Hire Are Not Subject To Statutory Termination Under Copyright Law; But What Is A Work Made For Hire?
In a recent decision concerning rights in works created by Italian composer Ennio Morricone, the Second Circuit provided some guidance on one...
United States
29 Sep 2019
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Don't Underestimate The Band Name
Finding the perfect band name is a daunting task. First, all or most band members must like the name.
United States
20 Sep 2019
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Mercedes's Claims Against Street Artists Survive Dismissal Motion
Recently, we wrote about the litigations that Mercedes Benz USA filed against several street artist.
United States
19 Sep 2019
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Ariana Grande Sues Forever 21, Asserting Right Of Publicity, Lanham Act And Copyright Claims
This week, pop-star Ariana Grande (known for her hit songs like Thank U, Next and 7 Rings) brought suit in the Central District of California against retailer Forever 21
United States
12 Sep 2019
5
End Of Summer Sports News
First, in a move that shocked NY Mets fans, Tom Brady's company TEB Capital Management filed trademark applications for TOM TERRIFIC for apparel
United States
11 Sep 2019
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Second Circuit Hears Oral Argument In Appeal Of $6.75 Million Award For Artists In 5Pointz Case
Late last month, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral argument in Castillo v. G&M Realty L.P.
United States
10 Sep 2019
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The Man With The Tiger (And Snake) Tattoo Redux
Brophy is seeking $5 million in damages.
United States
29 Aug 2019
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Yes, That Banana Costume Is Copyrightable
Those sculptural features include the banana's combination of colors, lines, shape, and length.
United States
13 Aug 2019
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Artist Sues Singer For Shooting Then Selling Artwork
A new legal brawl between a musician and a painter raises an interesting question under the Copyright Act: what are the legal obligations of one who destroys another's art in order to create something that is arguably a new work?
United States
13 Aug 2019
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Liebowitz Wins Statutory Damage Award -- But It's Only $750
The Court noted that the fact that so many media outlets used the photo demonstrates that market value.
United States
30 Jul 2019
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Danish Car Importer Ordered To Pay Damages To Artist Ai Weiwei In Ad Dispute
A Danish court recently ordered car distributor Skandinavisk Motor Co. A/S to pay over $200,000 to Ai Weiwei, a contemporary artist and advocate for political reform in China, in connection with the car importer's unauthorized use ...
United States
29 Jul 2019
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Copyright Infringement Claims Against Just Fresh Restaurant Prove Stale
In Chelko v. Does JF Restaurants, LLC, 3:18-cv-005636 (W.D.N.C.), a District Court for the Western District of North Carolina followed the Supreme Court's decision in Petrella v. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc., ...
United States
29 Jul 2019
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$750 Statutory Damage Award To Liebowitz Client In Otto v. Hearst Is Explained By Court
In a post last week, I described a recent SDNY case in which the Court found that an amateur photographer had suffered only $100 in actual damages by reason of a use by Hearst of the image to illustrate an online article.
United States
29 Jul 2019
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WIPO Moves Forward With Plan To Stem Ad Revenue Flowing To Online Pirates
The World Intellectual Property Organization's Advisory Committee on Enforcement recently announced progress made on its Building Respect for Intellectual Property database, also known as the BRIP Database.
United States
29 Jul 2019
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Copyright Small Claims Bill Passes First Test
Copyright small claims court moves one step closer to reality. Yesterday morning, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved the Senate version of the copyright small claims bill by voice vote.
United States
23 Jul 2019
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Court Enters Default Judgment Against Online Retailer In Kardashian Suit
Missguided did not respond, appear, or otherwise defend the case.
United States
17 Jul 2019
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Limited Trademark Protection For Puns?
This case highlights that what happens in the PTO often comes up in litigation and, as it did here, can have a very persuasive effect.
United States
17 Jul 2019
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Another Liebowitz Sanction!
In my post earlier this week, I described how one SDNY judge (Oetken) sanctioned copyright plaintiff's lawyer Richard Liebowitz and his firm nearly $100,000 for making a frivolous motion to disqualify an expert witness.
United States
16 Jul 2019
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$100,000 Sanction Against Richard Liebowitz And His Firm
The disqualification motion arose from Craig's contention that he had disclosed confidential information to the expert.
United States
15 Jul 2019
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