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Ninth Circuit Overturns Denial of Attorneys’ Fees in Copyright Case

The plaintiffs, the Traditional Cat Association and its head Diana L. Finerman, sued the defendants for using the name “Traditional Cat Association.” The case went to trial on the plaintiffs’ claims of copyright infringement and coversion and the defendants’ counterclaims of defamation, intentional interference with prospective economic damage, and conversion. The judge entered judgment as a matter of law in favor of the defendants on the copyright infringement claims.

Matt Neco

Monday September 22, 2003
12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Room 80 (Moot Courtroom)
Free and Open to all!
Lunch Served

On the heels of filing its response brief before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals last week, join Matthew Neco, general counsel for StreamCast Networks, Inc., the producer and distributor of the controversial Morpheus file sharing software program for a discussion on:

Securing Privacy in the Internet Age

The Stanford Center for Internet and Society and the Stanford Program in Law, Science & Technology today announce a call for papers for their joint privacy symposium, Securing Privacy in the Internet Age. Abstracts are due by October 13 and selected presenters will be notified by November 3. The symposium is set for March 13-14, 2004.

US TEAMS WITH CERT TO FIGHT CYBERBUGS

The US Department of Homeland Security is teaming up with the CERT Coordination Center to create an organization to fight cyberbugs. The new US-CERT group is expected to focus on giving companies, digital security groups, federal agencies and others a venue for sharing critical information
about security issues.

Speaker Series 2003-03 Launches!

The Legality of P2P file-sharing technology:
The Morpheus View

with
Matt Neco
Morpheus General Counsel

On the heels of filing its response brief before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals last week, join Matthew Neco, general counsel for StreamCast Networks, Inc., the producer and distributor of the controversial Morpheus file sharing software program for a discussion on:

Congressional Testimony re: Security

Members of the computing industry and law enforcement testified before the
technology subcommittee of the House Committee on Government Reform on September 10, 2003 about how to protect the nation's computing systems from viruses and worms. For the Wired News story, click here.

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