‘Copyright Injunctions After eBay and the “Hysteresis Hypothesis”’

“Interest in a recent paper, ‘The Hysteresis Thesis: An Empirical Study of Copyright Injunctions After eBay’, by Matthew Sag (Loyola-Chi) and Pamela Samuelson (Berkeley), should extend beyond traditional IP/copyright borders. Here’s why. First, the IP/copyright implications. Prior to the Supreme Court’s landmark 2006 eBay decision, courts routinely issued injunctions in both patent and copyright cases upon a finding of actual or likely infringement of plaintiffs’ rights …” (more)

[Michael Heise, Empirical Legal Studies, 26 September]

First posted 2021-09-27 17:00:53

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