MLS Copyright Lawsuits a Sign of Things to Come?

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Christopher Barnett, Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, says if MLS does form a contemplated industry group and is successful in enforcing intellectual property rights against third parties who make it available to others without MLS permission, businesses that unwittingly may be using others' data without approval could face a new source of legal exposure.

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