Stephen Hall, partner in the Huntsville office, authored the article "Copyright Infringement: A Primer for the General Litigator" and was originally published in The Business Suite, Volume 14 Issue 5, a DRI publication.
Most good litigators will tell you that they can handle just about any type of case, whether it relates to securities, consumer class actions, mass tort, or intellectual property. While a large majority of the overall discovery process, court procedures, and case strategy may be the same, there are obviously nuances for each substantive subject matter. This is certainly true for copyright infringement cases. For litigators that do not handle a substantial amount of copyright litigation, understanding a few specific copyright infringement nuances can lead to more efficient, and more positive, outcomes for their clients.
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