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Copyright Lawsuit Questions Answered: Panel Discussion on the Impact of the Fourth Estate Case

On August 29, 2019 by Schnader

Schnader’s Alexandra A. Fahringer, W. Drew Kastner, and Stephenie Wingyuen Yeung published “Copyright Lawsuit Questions Answered: Panel Discussion on the Impact of the Fourth Estate Case” in IP News by the Copyright Society of the USA.

They wrote:

“In Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v. WallStreet.com, the U.S. Supreme Court recently clarified the rules for the statutory prerequisite to filing copyright infringement lawsuits. This landmark decision also raises many questions about the practical impact on businesses and other content creators. On July 23, 2019, the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Copyright Society of the USA held a panel discussion on the implications of the Fourth Estate case, with panelists assessing the practical impact from the perspectives of in-house counsel, outside counsel, and the U.S. Copyright Office.”

Click here to read the full article.

And click here to read Schnader’s client alert about the Fourth Estate case, “Practical Implications of the Supreme Court’s Decision Requiring Final Copyright Office Action Prior to Infringement Lawsuits.”