...Wiley v. Kirtsaeng a copyright case that...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
When it comes to copyright infringement, it appears that some lawyers are themselves potentially guilty in actions they take during their daily practice, write attorneys Mark A. Fischer and Paul Senn
Originally Published: Law.com
... Publisher John Wiley & Sons has engaged in...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...state defendants in online copyright infringement actions. In Penguin Group (USA) Inc. v. American Buddha, 90 U.S.P.Q.2nd 1954 (S...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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...sued Google Inc. for copyright...Schuster and John Wiley & Sons. The suit...
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