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We filed an amicus brief on behalf of a group of library associations and others asking the Second Circuit to reverse a lower court’s injunction of the publication of Read more about Salinger v. Colting, et al. - Amicus Brief of American Library Association, et al.
Amicus brief filed in the Federal Circuit on behalf of the Andy Warhol Foundation, and several other amici, including the Warhol Museum, contemporary artists Barbara Kruger, Thomas Lawson, Jonathan Monk, and Allen Ruppersberg, and a variety of law professors. Read more about Gaylord v. U.S. Postal Service - Amicus Brief
The Court ordered the Estate to pay more than $326,000 in attorneys' fees. After initially appealing that decision to the Ninth Circuit, the Estate thought better of it and agreed to pay $240,000 in fees to resolve the matter once and for all. Read more about Shloss v. Estate of Joyce - Order on Fee Award
Michael Savage’s motion to be dismissed as a defendant in Brave New Films’ wrongful DMCA takedown lawsuit was denied by Judge Illston on April 15. Read more about Brave New Films v. Savage - Order Denying Savage's Motion to Dismiss
The Court upheld our challenge to the constitutionality of the URAA's restoration of copyrights in public domain works. The Court granted our summary judgment motion, holding 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. Read more about Golan v. Holder - District Court Order