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Timothy B Mccormack

Timothy Mccormack’s Legal Guides

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  • Intellectual Property Jurisdiction: The Historic International Shoe v,. Washington expanded

    A detailed look at the historic International Shoe case - in light of the new Washington Shoe v. A-Z Sporting Good - Internet Jurisdiction from the attorney who handled the case - Timothy B. McCormack

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  • News Flash: Jurisdiction in Copyright Cases

    The groundbreaking case of Washington Shoe v. A-Z Sporting Goods

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  • What is Copyright Infringement by Timothy B. McCormack

    Chapter 2 What is CopyrightInfringement? To establish a claim of copyright infringement, a plaintiff need only show copying. In this context, copying is shorthand for the infringing of any of the copyright owners six exclusive rights. This is detailed in the copyright statute....

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  • What is Copyright, Why Does It Matter and When Can I Copy Something?

    Chapter 1 What is A Copyright? A copyright is a legal property right one has in photographs, art, books, music, and artistic work. There are six exclusive copyrights and the most famous of which is the right to prevent other people from making a copy of your work without your ...

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  • A New Frontier: Personal Jurisdiction In A Digital Age: Advice For Copyright Cease and Desist

    A New Frontier: Personal Jurisdiction In A Digital Age: Practical Advice For Copyright Cease and Desist Letters With the advent of more and more intellectual property becoming intangible and sold over the Internet, the Washington Shoe v. A-Z Sporting Goods case becomes the leadi...

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  • THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF PERSONAL JURISDICTION IN COPYRIGHT: Washington Shoe Co. v. A-Z Sporting

    A recent Ninth Circuit decision, Washington Shoe Co. v. A-Z Sporting Goods Inc., WL 6582345 (9th Cir., December 17, 2012). has changed the jurisdictional landscape to be more friendly to copyright holder plaintiffs. Now copyright holders can file infringement lawsuits in their ho...

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  • The Trade Secrets of Intellectual Property: Don't Copy This*: The Copyright De Minimus Defense P 1

    Copyright De Minimis Defense Part 1 The topic of de minimis copying is particularly interesting and somewhat ironic, as seen in the following threshold question: When is copying someones work not actually copying? What is de minimis use? (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_minimi...

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  • Trade Secrets of Intellectual Property: Don’t Copy This*: Copyrights withTimothy B. McCormack

    Trade Secrets of Intellectual Property: Dont Copy This* Pilot By Attorney Timothy B. McCormack An interview by Dan Kennedy with Seattle attorney Timothy B. McCormack, founder of McCormack Intellectual Property Law PS The Dont Copy This* (aka The Trade Secrets of Intellectual ...

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  • An Interview with Timothy B. McCormack About The Practice of Law and Strategy Regarding Intellectual

    An interview by Dan Kennedy with Seattle attorney Timothy B. McCormack, founder of McCormack Intellectual Property Law PS Dan Kennedy - Tim, you deal with a variety of clients. What is it that they all have in common? Timothy B. McCormack - They all are looking for expertise an...

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  • 6 More Tips: When you get a Copyright Infringement or Getty Images Demand Letter

    Photo agencies such as Getty Images and Corbis Images are known to be persistent copyright enforcers. They rarely grant complete clemency to organizations once they begin pursuit of claims. The following nine tips are offered by attorneys who deal with these types of copyright c...

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