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Joshua Rosenkranz, Chair of Orrick’s Supreme Court & Appellate Litigation practice. November 8, 2017.

Appellate courts don’t like overturning jury verdicts. Until this week, none is known to have overturned a jury verdict of fair use in a copyright infringement case.

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