Monthly Archives: January 2015

Giving Plans to Building Inspector Can Be Copyright Infringement?

Maybe. The Seventh Circuit decided last fall to send a case back to the trial court for an answer. Chicago Building Design v. Mongolian House is mostly about when the statute of limitations begins for copyright infringement, but it has lessons … Continue reading

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Flo & Eddie Getting Closer to Pre-1972 Sound Recordings Payday

The holidays have a pre-1972 soundtrack. If you shopped in stores in America, you heard it. Possibly the largest selling single in the history of recorded music, Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas” was recorded in 1942. Bobby Helms’ “Jingle Bell Rock” … Continue reading

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