Last year, we won an important victory for our clients when the District Court held the URAA violates the First Amendment insofar as it suppresses parties' rights to keep using works they exploited when those works were in the public domain. Yesterday, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed that decision, holding the URAA does not violate our clients' First Amendment rights. (Full opinion is attached below.) Read more » about 10th Circuit Reverses Golan: URAA Passes First Amendment Test
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