Supreme Court Rules That Copyright Damages Have No Time Limit

The United States Supreme Court rejected a lower court's ruling that there is a three-year time limit to claim damages from copyright infringement. All claims, even those that occurred decades previously, are fair game as long as the lawsuit is filed within three years of discovery. [Read More]

May 14, 2024 - 06:30
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Supreme Court Rules That Copyright Damages Have No Time Limit

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The United States Supreme Court rejected a lower court's ruling that there is a three-year time limit to claim damages from copyright infringement. All claims, even those that occurred decades previously, are fair game as long as the lawsuit is filed within three years of discovery.

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