In his Intellectual Property Litigation column, Lewis R. Clayton, a partner at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, writes that the speed and convenience of content distribution through the Internet has long posed a threat to traditional distribution channels and challenged courts to balance the benefits of freedom of access for the public with protection of the rights of intellectual property owners, as a recent federal decision shows.
Content Distribution Online, Fair Use, Trademarks on Internet
New York Law Journal
September 12, 2012
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