...of activity, he concluded, siding with Google's lawyers at Durie Tangri. "The amended complaint fails to allege any interception...
...posts. The litigation campaign is being spearheaded by Joseph Gratz of Durie Tangri and Paul Siemenski, the general counsel of WordPress's parent company...
According to jurors, Samsung's case for why it should only pay $52 million for infringing five Apple patents was full of holes
Originally Published: The Recorder
The damages retrial before U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh ended in a $290 million award against Samsung
...successfully defending Google's copying of millions of books as fair use, Durie helped break new ground in digital copyright law
Judge Denny Chin ruled Google's mass copying and presentation of "snippets" of copyrighted works is shielded by the fair use doctrine
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...Joseph C. Gratz, Esq., David McGowan, Esq., Genevieve P. Rosloff, Esq., Durie Tangri LLP, San Francisco, CA For Amicus Curiae...
Google's mass-copying of copyrighted works to build a digital library of more than 20 million books is shielded by the fair use doctrine, Judge Denny Chin ruled yesterday
...experts in various briefs. Google's longtime counsel, Durie Tangri's Daralyn Durie, told the Litigation Daily that the eight...
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