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The Copyright Alternative in Small Claims Enforcement Act was signed into law in December 2020. The CASE Act fulfills the longstanding goal of the U.S. Copyright Office to establish a small claims court. The measure tasked the office with establishing the Copyright Claims Board and adopting governing regulations. Damages are capped at $15,000 per work and $30,000 total per case, with modest attorney fees available in cases of bad faith. Defendants will also be given 60 days to opt out of an action before the tribunal.
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By Stan Soocher
Conflict of interest is a red-flag concern when an attorney becomes a talent manager. But what happens when a formerly licensed attorney continues to provide management services for talent?
By Ellen Bardash
A U.S. District Court Judge for the District of Delaware judge ruled not to grant a motion that would have stayed a liquidation plan setting aside $17 million to settle with those who have claimed sexual misconduct by former film industry executive Harvey Weinstein.
By Bo Pearl, Avery Johnson and Kiaura Clark
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By Benjamin Tulis and Gregg E. Clifton
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