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Alleged “Coupon Hacker” and Coupons, Inc. Settle DMCA Suit [UPDATED] By Chris Kulawik — Edited by Jon Choate Coupons, Inc. v. Stottlemire N.D. Cal., No. CV 07-03457 HRL Court Documents (hosted by Justia) Last week, Coupons, Inc. (“Coupons”), settled its DMCA suit against John Stottlemire, who had defended himself pro se. The parties have not fully disclosed the details of the settlement, but Stottlemire indicates that the case was dismissed with prejudice. The agreement follows a year’s worth of litigation ... Read More...
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Harry Potter Lexicon Defendant Files Notice of Appeal Notice of Appeal (hosted by Justia) On November 7, 2008, defendant RDR Books filed a notice of appeal to the Second Circuit from the September 9, 2008 decision of the S.D.N.Y., which permanently enjoined its publication of the Harry Potter Lexicon book and awarded plaintiffs Warner Brothers and J.K. Rowling statutory damages of $6,750. Previously: Harry Potter Lexicon Found to Infringe J.K. Rowling’s Copyright

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Google Library Project Lawsuit Settles By Tyler Lacey — Edited By Anna Lamut Authors Guild, Inc. v. Google Inc. S.D.N.Y., No. 05 CV 8136 Settlement Agreement On October 28, 2008, the Authors Guild, Association of American Publishers, and Google reached a settlement that, pending approval by the court, will end a lawsuit that began three years ago when the Authors Guild filed a class action against Google on behalf of more than eight thousand authors in the U.S. District Court ... Read More...
Posted On Oct - 30 - 2008 Comments Off READ FULL POST
President Bush Signs PRO-IP Act S. 3325 On Monday, October 14, President Bush signed into law the Prioritizing Resources and Organization for Intellectual Property Act, also known as the PRO-IP Act, S. 3325. The PRO-IP Act steepens penalties for IP infringement and increases resources to the DOJ to coordinate state and federal efforts against counterfeiting and piracy. Although opposed by the DOJ, the Act also provides for a “U.S. Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator” position within the Executive Office of the ... Read More...
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District Court Extends TRO Against RealDVD Until Nov. 17th By Andrew Ungberg –- Edited by Jon Choate RealNetworks, Inc. v. DVD Copy Control Ass’n N.D. Cal., October 7, 2008, No. C 08 04548 HRL Court Docket provided by Justia On Tuesday, October 7th, Judge Marilyn Hall Patel announced she would not disturb a temporary restraining order in place against RealNetworks (“Real”), pending a preliminary injunction hearing in mid-November.  The order blocks Real from selling RealDVD, a software program that allows ... Read More...
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