Copyright Law

Copyright Law

Monkey selfies do not qualify for copyright protection, US regulators say

Internet Law

Gadfly buys website in DA’s name after he lets registration expire

Copyright Law

Who owns the copyright to monkey’s selfie? Wikimedia denies photographer’s takedown request

Copyright Law

Northwestern sues ex-employee, says author took book she was paid to write on infamous murder case

Copyright Law

YouTube restores video of protest at eviction lawyer’s seminar

Intellectual Property Law

Imprisoned ex-dictator Manuel Noriega sues over use of his persona in ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops II’

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer sued by Judge Judy over TV ads says stations urged him to participate

Intellectual Property Law

Jones Day and digital rights group face off in war of words over Detroit bankruptcy parody site

Around the Blawgosphere

Taking on SCOTUS’ own ‘buffer zone’ | Ability as a witness can outweigh top expert credentials

U.S. Supreme Court

Aereo loses copyright challenge; its Internet TV service violates copyright law, SCOTUS says

Intellectual Property

DA settles suit over ‘some silly picture’ uploaded to his Twitter account

Copyright Law

7th Circuit rejects ‘quixotic’ copyright appeal on Sherlock Holmes stories

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS countdown: More than a dozen cases remain, including some blockbusters

Intellectual Property Law

2nd Circuit OKs searchable book database, calls copying entire volumes for this purpose fair use

Intellectual Property Law

Famed ‘Mockingbird’ author Harper Lee settles suit against hometown museum

Cover Story

Who owns the law? Technology reignites the war over just how public documents should be

Opening Statements

Is Sherlock ‘complete’? 7th Circuit will consider when literary characters are free from copyright

Copyright Law

Walmart Museum sues photographer’s widow for Walton family pictures and negatives

Around the Blawgosphere

Blogger: Law firm homepages are losing significance | Will SCOTUS ruling affect Spider-Man rights?

Intellectual Property Law

‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ author Harper Lee wants to reinstate lawsuit against hometown museum