Attorneys cheer (and jeer) high court’s cheerleading outfit copyright holding

Mar 23, 2017 By: Patrick Hughes

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that a two-dimensional cheerleading uniform design may be protected under copyright law even if the outfit

Cravath partners spearhead new copyright program at Columbia Law

Jan 30, 2015 By: Elizabeth Stull

A new course at Columbia University Law School offers students the opportunity to learn intellectual property litigation by doing it.

Money Makes The World Go ‘Round: Is Money Foiling IP Ideals?

Jun 27, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

You’ve got to hand it to Christopher Sprigman for telling it like it is. In a story in the Guardian newspaper about

Two Views On The Met’s New Collection Of Digital Art

May 30, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

Earlier this week, the Metropolitan Museum of Art announced it had created 4,000 high-resolution images of artwork from its collection and would

SCOTUS: ‘Raging Bull’ Copyright Suit Can Go Forward

May 23, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

The U.S. Supreme Court gives its blessing for a decades-old copyright dispute to go foward, but is the plaintiff as naive as she presents herself to be?

‘Erotic Cinema’ Company Stirs Up Copyright Dispute

May 16, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

If there’s one thing I’ve learned writing this column, it’s that interesting intellectual property issues can come from just about anywhere. For

Ferrari v. Fans: When Consumer Enthusiasm Goes Wrong

Mar 28, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

Well, is this any way to treat your fans? Luxury Italian carmaker Ferrari is locked in a lawsuit and counter-suit with the

Phoenix and Harvard Professor Rise Above Coypright, Fair Use Kerfuffle

Mar 7, 2014 By: Will Ashenmacher

I love the band Phoenix. “Run, Run, Run” started it all, and then I listened to “1901” and  “Girlfriend” about 68 million

News in Brief: Legal scholar settles copyright suit with indie label

Mar 5, 2014 By: Melissa Sachs

Distinguished copyright legal scholar Lawrence Lessig and Liberation Music PTY Ltd. have “amicably resolved” a fair-use lawsuit that the Harvard law professor

News in Brief: Lessig sues Australian indie record label

Sep 10, 2013 By: Melissa Sachs

Lawrence Lessig has sued an a record label asserting that he may legally post a lecture on YouTube that includes snippets of copyrighted songs

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