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Supreme Court Holds that Annotated State Codes Are Unprotectable by Copyright

On Monday, in Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that, under the “government edicts doctrine,” just as judges cannot claim copyright rights in their opinions, legislatures cannot claim copyright rights in state code annotations prepared on their behalf.

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Court Holds Google’s Sale of Trademarks as Keywords Does Not Create Likelihood of Confusion and is Not Trademark Infringement

Practices: Intellectual Property, Trademark & Related IP Litigation

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