Intellectual Property Litigation

Courts of Appeals to Decide Boundaries of Fair Use in the Digital Age

, New York Law Journal

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In their Intellectual Property Litigation column, Lewis R. Clayton and Eric Alan Stone write that following the Google Books case, which, according to the Second Circuit, "tests the boundaries of fair use," two cases pending at the Eleventh and Federal Circuits may further test these boundaries.

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