Copyright disputes are often won or lost on preparation, long before the parties reach the courthouse steps. That’s why our attorneys have the experience and knowledge to advise clients on copyright issues, both before a complaint is filed and after. We have helped authors and institutions protect and assert their rights against infringers. We also work with companies to minimize their risk of being accused of copyright infringement. Once a case has been filed, we develop strong cases early on, to minimize long-term costs to the client and promote speedy, favorable resolutions.
Our attorneys have litigated copyright cases in federal district courts across the country. We have represented recording artists, non-profit organizations, photographers, and large corporations as both plaintiffs and defendants. We also stay on top of new developments in copyright law, and have published scholarly works in respected peer reviewed publications throughout the nation.
L&A Announces New Management Committee
IP Cases to Watch in 2017
Peter C. Lando hosted “Strategizing… Left and Right of the Dot” an INTA roundtable discussion at our office in Cambridge, MA.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s Golan V. Holder Decision