After three separate verdicts and more than five years of litigation, file-sharing defendant Jammie Thomas-Rasset has appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.Read More »
Due process limited the copyright infringement damages that could be awarded against a music downloader to three times the statutory minimum, a U.S. District Court in Minnesota has ruled in reducing a $1.5 million jury verdict to $54,000.Read More »
Section 411(a)’s registration requirement is a precondition to filing a copyright infringement claim, but a copyright holder’s failure to comply does not restrict a federal court’s subject-matter jurisdiction over infringement claims involving unregistered works. U.S. Supreme Court. Reed Elsevier, Inc. ...
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