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U.S. Supreme Court to Take Another Copyright Case to Settle Circuit Split on Inaccuracies in Registration - Intellectual Property News

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Intellectual Property News


Posted on: Jul 11, 2021

By Matthew J. Clark, Frost Brown Todd LLC

The U.S. Supreme Court continues to show the importance of intellectual property in the U.S. by granting certiorari to another copyright case. This time the Supreme Court looks to resolve a circuit split on whether the Copyright Act’s provision on invalidating a copyright registration for inaccurate information requires a showing of an intent to deceive or defraud by the copyright owner. Learn more about the case from National Law Review here.

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