In a case of first impression at the appellate level, the First Circuit recently issued a decision highlighting that U.S. copyright law authorizes implied, not merely express, sublicenses of copyrighted works. Photographic Illustrators Corporation v. Orgill, Inc., Case No. 19-452 (1st Cir. Mar. 13, 2020). continue reading...
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Jeff advises clients on the availability, registrability, and stre...
Sandy's practice focuses on trademarks and unfair competit...
J. Michael Keyes is an intellectual property attorney with exten...
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Sarah has over fifteen years’ experience helping clients prot...
Fara assists clients in the development and execution of all type...