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Not a bargain at twice the price: Court awards attorneys’ fees to victorious copyright defendant

Mike Nepple September 16, 2020
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Richard Bell, an attorney-photographer who has filed and settled many infringement lawsuits, has learned that a loss at trial can be particularly expensive when a court ordered him to pay a defendant’s fees. READ MORE

CASE Act promises fast track for small copyright claims, but is it the right track?

Mike Nepple December 11, 2019
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The CASE Act, a law designed to help copyright holders expedite the resolution of small copyright infringement claims, would provide an alternative path to resolve copyright infringement claims. But whether the CASE Act will pass the Senate in its current form and fulfill its stated premise remains open to questions. READ MORE