Internet Law Review April 2019

Posted by Mike Rae on April 17, 2019

For obvious reasons we like to keep a weather eye on legal battles that reference the internet world, and this article of recent case summaries  caught our eye. There was a period when the legal questions about copyright, and defamation, and the like seemed to live in a grey area, many questions remained to be […]

Advanced Copyright Issues on the Internet

Posted by Mike Rae on September 21, 2016

The Internet is the basic infrastructure for global movement of data. Phenomenal growth means the Internet has become a daily presence in both the commercial arena and at home. That means that large amounts of intellectual property are in play every day Increasingly, the Internet is used in the mainstream of commerce to sell and […]

Seggie v. Roofdog Games Inc.: Who is the Author of Videogame Software for Copyright Purposes?

Posted by Mike Rae on May 24, 2016

Seggie v. Roofdog Games Inc.: Who is the Author of Videogame Software for Copyright Purposes? – Lexology Last December, the Quebec Superior Court issued its decision in Seggie v. Roofdog Games Inc, in which it attempted to clarify the notion of co-authorship (and by implication, copyright ownership) of a videogame. This case marks the first […]

Tarantino, Gawker and the Hateful Eight – a case of inglorious infringement? from Lexology

Posted by Mike Rae on February 7, 2014

Tarantino, Gawker and the Hateful Eight – a case of inglorious infringement? Academy Award winning director, screenwriter and producer Quentin Tarantino has filed a copyright action in the U.S. District Court of Los Angeles against Gawker Media for facilitating the dissemination of the unproduced script for his film The Hateful Eight. As the media outlet […]

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