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DISH Network Wins Multiple Victories in High-Profile Copyright Infringement Matter

After more than two years of legal battles, a California federal judge found that Analysis Group client DISH Network’s (DISH) innovative Hopper set-top box and DVR does not infringe the copyrights of Fox Broadcasting...more

Copyright Alert: Fox v Dish Summary Judgment Rulings

Mixed Outcomes on Copyright and Contract Issues Re: Volition, Time- and Space-Shifting, Intermediate Copying and Commercials-Skipping - In a complex opinion addressing intermingled copyright and contract issues, a...more

Supreme Court Rules on “Tacking” and District Court Distinguishes Dish Network from Aereo

Hana Financial, Inc. v. Hana Bank – What You Need to Know - Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court held that whether two trademarks may be tacked for purposes of determining priority is a question for the jury, because...more

September 2013: Trademark/Copyright Litigation Update - Ninth Circuit Affirms District Court Denial of Preliminary Injunction in...

On July 24, 2013, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals weighed in for the first time in the closely-watched copyright infringement and breach of contract dispute between satellite TV provider Dish Networks and Fox Broadcasting...more

TC's inside IP - Summer 2013: Dish Network’s Ad-Skipping Hopper DVR Leaps Over Fox’s Injunction Request

The 9th Circuit agrees: Fox cannot stop the Hopper…for now. At stake is the future of how we watch TV: whether DVRs can automatically remove commercials from network shows. Dish Network says yes; Fox says no. While standard...more

Hopper Copyright Litigation Takes Center Stage at the Consumer Electronics Show

Dish Networks’ Hopper device has spurred a considerable amount of legal controversy. Recently, that controversy made its way into the official award ceremony of the Consumer Electronics Show....more

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