In the most recent Supreme Court term, justices heard oral arguments and granted certiorari on several cutting-edge questions of intellectual property law. The court is poised to clarify the legality of importing copyrighted material for domestic sale as well as the use of "covenants not to sue" to pre-empt counterclaims challenging the validity of patents.
U.S. Supreme Court
Justices Take on Thorny Intellectual Property Cases
The Legal Intelligencer
January 10, 2013
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