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Checklist Series: The Transactional In-House Lawyer's Guide to Copyright Infringement Litigation

Article | October 2013

Kristin Holland, a partner in the Intellectual Property and Entertainment and Media Litigation practices, has authored an article on steps in-house transactional lawyers can take when their company is sued for copyright infringement. Some of the immediate action items include determining whether the company has insurance or indemnity rights that may cover the claim, sending out a litigation hold to preserve records, ordering records from the U.S. Copyright Office, investigating independent creation and evaluating early settlement.

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