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Montana court finds copyright lawsuit is all hat, no cattle

Mike Nepple April 25, 2019
An old wooden corral with mountains in the background

All is fair in love and war. Political campaigns seem to get a break too, based on a copyright infringement case involving the Republican National Committee’s copying of a photograph used in a political advertisement. READ MORE

9th Circuit opens door to damages against retailers carrying infringing works

Justin Mulligan November 29, 2016
large boom box

Under copyright law, “statutory damages” are generally limited to a single award per infringed work, regardless of how many copies were made. Under a recent 9th Circuit decision, however, multiple damage awards per infringed work are permissible in some cases. READ MORE