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Zooming With Care: A Guide to Privacy and Privilege Issues

April 17, 2020
Heidi Howard Tandy  |  Videoconferencing, Copyright, Privilege , Coronavirus Pandemic, Zoom

Can You Share the Photos Your Employees Took at Your Annual Picnic?

September 27, 2019
Heidi Howard Tandy and Geoffrey Lottenberg  |  Copyright

A recent ruling in the 3rd Circuit, which covers Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania has the potential to impact any work-for-hire agreement, especially for businesses that are incorporated or have operations in one of those states. 

Supreme Court Rules Registration, Not Just Application, Required to Sue for Copyright Infringement

March 5, 2019
Geoffrey Lottenberg  |  Copyright, Copyright Infringement

United States Copyright law protects authors of creative works against unwanted copying, distribution, and other acts of infringement.  While registration is not required to have rights, federal courts have historically been split on whether registration is required in order to file an infringement lawsuit. 

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