Laws and court decisions have always been in the public domain—they must be freely available to everyone. This is because the government officials (legislators and judges) have created them. State laws are published in collections (called "codes") that usually contain not just the laws themselves,
June 29, 2018 In Davidson v. United States, a sculptor successfully sued the federal government, specifically the U.S. Postal Service, for infringing his sculpture of the Statue of Liberty in Las Vegas by utilizing it on a postage stamp without permission.
December 4, 2017 Owners of Internet servers sometimes unknowingly store someone’s copyrighted content. To what extent should storing such content make the server’s owner liable for direct copyright infringement? This question, along with related legal issues, was addressed by the Ninth Circuit Court in Perfect 10, Inc. v. Giganews, Inc.