United States: When Can You Be Sued For Introducing Copyrighted Works At Trial? Almost Never, But Plaintiffs Keep Trying via Mondaq.com

Posted on 09-03-2014 by
Tags: copyright , Trending News & Topics , intellectual property

This article by David Kluft lists several cases addressing the fair use of copyrighted works in judicial proceedings. Mr. Kluft also warns litigators not to cheat their vendors. For example, a litigator should not try to use an image that is licensed for one particular trial in a different proceeding.

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