Tag Archives: Supreme Court

Copyright Fee Awards Clarified

Today, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion addressing the standards for awards of attorneys’ fees under the Copyright Act. The case, Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., was before the Supreme Court for the second time.  The first … Continue reading

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Ooh, Baby Love: The Supremes Rule in Favor of Pregnant Employee

For the first time in years, the U.S. Supreme Court has issued an opinion on the scope of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (“PDA”).  In Young v. UPS, the Supreme Court ruled that a pregnant worker could bring a claim of … Continue reading

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If Hackers Can Gag Sony, Can Sony Muffle Them?

Following the recent cyber-attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, numerous media outlets received a threatening letter from David Boies, Sony’s lawyer, demanding that they not republish or otherwise use the hacked Sony documents and destroy any copies that they may have.  … Continue reading

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