Whether a “blank form” developed by a company that processes COBRA-related insurance claims is original and informative enough to be protected by copyright is a question for a jury, a federal judge has ruled.

In ABR Benefits Services Inc. v. NCO Group, U.S. District Judge John R. Padova rejected a motion for summary judgment by the defendant, a competing company whose employees acknowledged that they deliberately copied the form.

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