Monthly Archives: February 2018

Can I Get Copyright Statutory Damages and Attorney’s Fees Without a Registration?

If you register fast enough. The Supreme Court might take Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v. and decide that no matter where the lawsuit is filed you only need to apply for registration before suing. That could reduce the … Continue reading

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Can I Enforce My Copyright in Court Without a Registration?

It all depends on where you file the lawsuit. The Supreme Court can end this strange situation by taking a case asking for nationwide uniformity, Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v. Or it may leave us with a checkerboard … Continue reading

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