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Implied License, Copyright

Often a point of contention in intellectual property disputes, particularly disputes and litigation relating to copyrights, is whether an implied license is a viable defense to a claim that you are impropery utilizing someone else’s property (e.g., copyright infringement). A license, very generally, is permission to use or own something. In the context of copyrights, […]

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