Statute of Limitations In Copyright Ownership Disputes: Questions from the Everly Brothers Case

Law Journal Newsletters

01 Jul 2020

Morrison & Foerster partner Alex Lawrence authored an article for Law Journal Newsletters examining the impact of a recent decision by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Everly v. Everly regarding ownership of the No. 1 hit, “Cathy’s Clown.”

“While the case is perhaps otherwise unremarkable,” Alex writes, “Judge Murphy, in his concurrence, raises important questions about when the statute of limitations should begin to run in copyright cases and whether courts have been correctly applying the law.”

Read the full article.



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