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‘Lady Liberty’ Stamp Costs USPS Millions in Copyright Infringement

Court finds USPS’s unauthorized use of image of Las Vegas Lady Liberty on stamps infringed creator’s copyright and awards damages resulting from a hypothetical mixed license; USPS’s unique licensing history does not limit damages under applicable fair market value measure of damages.

Davidson v. United States

Court finds USPS’s unauthorized use of image of Las Vegas Lady Liberty on stamps infringed creator’s copyright and awards damages resulting from a hypothetical mixed license; USPS’s unique licensing history does not limit damages under applicable fair market value measure of damages.

United States ex rel. Landis v. Tailwind Sports Corp.

In Daubert case, court finds government’s combined expert testimony concerning financial impact of negative publicity on sponsor (USPS) of Lance Armstrong and his cycling team provides “sufficiently non-speculative framework for determining damages.”

Combined Expert Testimony May Provide Valid Damages Framework

In Daubert case, court finds government’s combined expert testimony concerning financial impact of negative publicity on sponsor (USPS) of Lance Armstrong and his cycling team provides “sufficiently non-speculative framework for determining damages.”

In Controversial Move, High Court Strikes Active Appreciation Rule

State high court says plain language of property distribution statute does not permit reclassification of nonmarital property as marital property under active appreciation doctrine; court invalidates doctrine and overrules body of case law applying it.

Moore v. Moore

State high court says plain language of property distribution statute does not permit reclassification of nonmarital property as marital property under active appreciation doctrine; court invalidates doctrine and overrules body of case law applying it.

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