February 25, 2015

BNA Bloomberg Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal

by Tamlin Basin

On February 10, a two-judge majority on a Ninth Circuit panel sought to distinguish its opinion from the frequently criticized 2008 ruling in Sybersound, where the court held that one co-owner of a copyright could not unilaterally grant an exclusive right in that copyright to a third party.

BNA interviewed Polsinelli's Graham Day about the ruling. Day has spent 15 years advising clients on a wide variety of business litigation matters through trial and appeal with an emphasis on patent litigation, trademark litigation, trade secret litigation, copyright litigation, and other forms of intellectual property litigation.

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