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JURY VERDICT IN THE YUE v. CHORDIANT CASE

 

Recent case on extraterritorial application of the Copyright Act

Brief on  copyright issues


U.S. Supreme Court Affirms Ninth Circuit: Watch Maker Can Sue Costco for Copyright Infringement for Importing Omega Watch without Permission(

OMEGA SA v. Costco Wholesale Corp., 541 F. 3d 982 (9th Cir 2008)

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CA9: Copyright owners can bring suit with pending registration

Expert Testimony in Software Copyright Infringement Trials


Shi v. Central Arizona College Opening Brief at the Ninth Circuit


Cincom v. Novelis (6th Cir 2009) Sixth Circuit Patiently Explains what a "transfer" is
-- Compare with an analysis of the Jenkins-Laporte Doctrine (No transfer when Symantec's Indian subsidiary was mass reproducing a single copy licensed to an Israeli company)

Ninth Circuit Rules that Attorney General Subject to Civil Suit

U.S. Department of Justice intervenes in the Jammie Thomas case -- Assistant AG files post-trial memorandum

Kenneth Smith's Motion to Alter or Amend Judgment

Ninth Circuit Case: Profit Recovery in Copyright Infringement Cases

 

Netbula v. Symantec Corp Copyright Litigation -- Key Documents

Judicial Corruption in China

Defense Counsel Falsely Represents Corporate Relationship in the Netbula v. Chordiant Software Inc. Copyright Piracy Case
 
Order Finding Defense Counsel Mischracterize Pleadings

Jammie Thomas trial resulted in $1.9 million verdict



Willful and Intentional Departure from Prevailing Law Constitutes Judicial Misconduct

WTO sides with U.S. on Copyrights

Dr. Yue's Application for Stay before the U.S. Supreme Court (Referred to the Court for January 2009 Conference)

Supporting Documents to the Application for Stay before the U.S. Supreme Court



Dr. Yue's Reply Brief for the Yue v. Sun Appeal at the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal on the issues concerning the dismissal with prejudice

Appeal at the Ninth Circuit on Attorneys' Fee Award, Disqualification of Fenwick & West and other issues

Dr. Yue's Opening Brief for the Appeal of Yue v. Sun case

Argument in Federal court on nonparty preclusion post Taylor v. Sturgell (Dr. Yue, acting pro se; Jedediah Wakefield for Sun Microsystems; before: Magistrate Judge Elizabeth D. Laporte).


Motion for de novo determination: A classic trap: 29-point objection to and analysis of Magistrate Judge Elizabeth D. Laporte's Recommendation of Awarding Software Pirates Sun and StorageTek $219,949.90 in Attorneys' Fees Under Copyright Act






 
Copyright Fraud
Petition to the Ninth Circuit in Copyright Case and Signatures
PRC Government Report of the Cases
Chinese Government Citing Martin J. Jenkins
China's Government Intelletcual Property Protection Agency web site cites U.S. court ruling
 
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Copyright Fraud
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Chinese Government Citing Martin J. Jenkins
China's Government Intelletcual Property Protection Agency web site cites U.S. court ruling
 

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