We represent parties involved in copyright disputes with an emphasis on disputes arising from alleged violations committed on websites or by online service providers (“OSPs”).
While copyright holders have broad rights to enforce their copyrights regardless of where infringements occur, violations involving acts committed in cyberspace add additional complexities when determining parties’ respective rights. The federal Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act (a part of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”)), for example, provides safe harbors to OSPs that meet certain statutory obligations.
Whether the OSP has met the statutory criteria requires a critical analysis of unique facts regarding the OSP’s operations, the financial benefits it received and its knowledge of alleged infringements.
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