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U.S. Supreme Court holds that the doctrine of sovereign immunity bars states from being sued for copyright infringement. The U.S. Chamber filed an amicus brief at the merits stage opposing this...
U.S. Chamber, Washington Legal Foundation, and the National Association of Manufacturers file amicus brief urging Ninth Circuit to invalidate California Assembly Bill 824, which effectively...
U.S. Chamber files coalition merits-stage brief urging Supreme Court to uphold Congress’ abrogation of the States’ sovereign immunity against claims of copyright infringement.
Supreme Court holds that the federal government is not a “person” authorized to file an inter partes review petition challenging the validity of a patent. The U.S. Chamber filed a brief at the...
U.S. Chamber files amicus brief in U.S. Supreme Court arguing that the government lacks authority to seek administrative review of patents’ validity under the America Invents Act
U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Lanham Act’s “anti-disparagement” provision limiting free speech in trademarking
D.C. Circuit case regarding Section 111 of the Copyright Act dismissed voluntarily
U.S. Chamber urges Supreme Court to strike down Lanham Act’s “anti-disparagement” provision limiting free speech in trademarking
U.S. Supreme Court declines to review standard for unsealing documents governed by a protective order
U.S. Chamber urges D.C. Circuit to avoid overly broad reading of Section 111 of the Copyright Act