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D.C. Circuit Limits Discovery and Joinder for Downloading "Swarms"

AF Holdings v. Does et al. - Deciding a case that involves issues of discovery and joinder, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit addressed issues presented by so-called “copyright trolls” who subpoenaed...more

Insufficient Evidence of Substantial Revenue Derived in Georgia to Support Camouflage Copyright Infringement Claim

As previously reported (see link below), Jordan Outdoor Enterprises, Ltd. (“Jordan”), asserted copyright infringement and unfair competition against Hubei Wild Trees Textiles Co., LTD. (“Wild Trees”) relating to camouflage...more

IP/Entertainment Law Weekly Case Update for Motion Picture Studios and Television Networks - January 4, 2013

In This Issue: - Washington Shoe Co. v. A-Z Sporting Goods, Inc., USCA Ninth Circuit, December 17, 2012: Ninth Circuit reverses dismissal of copyright infringement action by Washington-based shoe manufacturer...more

Another Shoe Drops in Washington: Ninth Circuit Expands Personal Jurisdiction over Willful Copyright Infringers

In Washington Shoe Co. v. A-Z Sporting Goods, Inc. (U.S. Court of Appeals – Ninth Circuit, No. 11-35166, Dec. 17, 2012), the Ninth Circuit expanded the exercise by Federal District Courts of personal jurisdiction over...more

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