Intellectual Property - 2009 Fall Bulletin


In This Bulletin:

*U.S. v. Lori Drew — The Central District of California Rejects CFAA Criminal Liability for Violation of Website Terms of Use, But Leaves Open the Possibility of CFAA Civil Liability ..1

*What Did Phillips Really Do to Claim Construction? ..3

*DePuy Spine v. Medtronic — Ensnarement Defense Is a Question of Law ..5

*Football Assoc. v. YouTube — Statutory Damages Booted For Unregistered Foreign Works ..5

*Cablevision Copyright Rulings Finally Final — Buffer Reproductions Are Not Infringing Copies ..6

*Trademark Office Bona Fide Intent Requirement ..6

*Breach of Duty of Loyalty May Not Justify a Preliminary Injunction ..7

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