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No Permission Needed to Copyright a Derivative Work By Adrienne Baker – Edited by Ian C. Wildgoose Brown Schrock v. Learning Curve Int’l, No. 08-1296 (7th Cir. Sep. 9, 2009) Opinion On November 5, the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit reversed and remanded a decision of the District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, which had ruled that copyright for a derivative work requires permission from the underlying copyright holder to be valid. The district court’s ruling ... Read More...
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Delaware District Court Distinguishes Posting and Publication for Purposes of the Copyright Act. By Ian C. Wildgoose Brown – Edited by Stephanie Weiner Moberg v. 33T LLC, Civil No. 08-625(NLH)(JS) (D. Del. Oct. 6, 2009). Opinion On October 6, the United States Court for the District of Delaware ruled in a case of first impression that a photograph posted to the Internet from a foreign server is not a “United States work” within the meaning of section 411 of the ... Read More...
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