In IP Litigator, Attorneys Examine U.S. Supreme Court Copyright and Trademark Cases

In The News
August 12, 2020
Capital Insights.

The July-August issue of IP Litigator’s “Supreme Court Report published two Ropes & Gray articles. In the first, IP litigation partner Peter Brody (Washington, D.C.) and IP litigation counsel Evan Gourvitz (New York) co-authored an article that discusses how annotated state codes are unprotectable by copyright.

The second article, co-authored by Peter, Evan, IP litigation counsel Samuel Brenner, (Boston), and IP litigation associates Cassandra Roth (New York) and Kathryn Thornton (Washington, D.C.) examines how the court rejects willfulness requirement for recovery of defendant’s profits in trademark cases.