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What’s the Latest on the Statute of Limitations in Copyright Litigation after Petrella & Sohm

The statute of limitations in copyright litigation appears to be deceptively simple. 17 U.S.C. § 507(b) states an infringement claim must be “commenced within three years after the claim accrued.” But when does a claim accrue: when the infringement is committed or when it is discovered or should reasonably have been discovered? Further, assuming an…Continue reading What’s the Latest on the Statute of Limitations in Copyright Litigation after Petrella & Sohm

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Past Speaking Engagements

February 2021

Andrew served as the co-chair of the  Planning Committee for the 2021 Midwinter Meeting of the Copyright Society of the USA. During the meeting he also moderated a panel discussion whose topic was: Unmasking the Mysteries of the Statute of Limitations and a Short Course on Navigating through a Daubert Challenge in Copyright. Edward Rosenthal, a partner at Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz and David Wolfsohn, a partner at Duane Morris, discussed with Andrew the changes in the statute of limitations; and Krista Holt, a managing director at Econ One Research took us through Daubert issues in copyright cases.

December 2021

In December, Andrew, along with Edward Rosenthal and David Wolfsohn, for the Federal Bar Council, reprised the statute of limitations program they had done for the Copyright Society. Above is the program announcement.


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