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Can We Keep Those Gray Market Goods Out of Here? The Unresolved Tension Between §§ 109 and 602 of the Copyright Act Following the 4-4 Split in Costco v. Omega

Posted By Andrew Berger On April 21, 2011 @ 10:19 am In Articles,Copyright,Copyright Litigation,Gray Market,International,Protecting Intellectual Property | No Comments


[1]The BNA Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal recently published my article dealing with the aftermath of the deadlock in Costco v. Omega. The article analyzes the policy issues in conflict and provides some guidance about how those in the copyright supply chain-manufacturers, importers, distributors and retailers- can protect themselves from claims under Section 602 of the Copyright Act. It is here [2].

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