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Caroling competitor infringed copyright in sound recordings of 18 Christmas songs
Liability was established on infringement of 18 sound recordings of Christmas songs, but questions remained on infringement of a script for an act that accompanied the songs.
Car scrap recycling patent properly held invalid for indefiniteness
The claim term "magnetic fuzz" lacked a clear definition in its field.
Jury access to extraneous information taints copyright infringement verdict
A jury’s receipt of extraneous information regarding an engineer’s annual salary and refusal of a settlement offer necessitated the setting aside of a jury’s copyright infringement...
Website’s unlicensed use of professional’s celebrity photograph was fair use
The website’s use of the photograph was transformative because the changes to the photo and the caption, title, and broader context accompanying it fundamentally transformed the character and...
Court approves jury award of $1.5M for misappropriation of mobile payment products source code
The court entered judgment after the jury awarded $1.5 million in compensatory damages for misappropriation of source code but denied requests for an injunction, punitive damages, and attorney fees.