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The Supreme Court ruled that Google’s use of certain Oracle application programming interfaces (API) fell under fair use. Although the Court did not determine whether APIs themselves are copyrightable, this ruling solidifies this common practice throughout the software development industry.
Mediation offers a collaborative forum where the disputing parties negotiate a workable solution, facilitated by a neutral third party. Having a willingness to compromise, using strategies to manage emotions, and placing trust in the mediator can make the process more successful.
Mediation isn’t magic. It can help parties at odds find common ground, but some factors can make the process more challenging. Understanding those factors will help you decide if mediation is the right choice.
Those accused of copyright infringement often attempt to justify their actions under fair use guidelines. Whether you’re facing accusations of copyright infringement or you’re concerned that another party has infringed upon your intellectual property rights, an IP attorney can help.
There are several benefits to working with a business litigation attorney. Your attorney can help you lay a solid foundation for your company, resolve legal disputes as they arise, and provide you with customized and effective legal solutions to any number of issues.
Authors of original works have exclusive rights over their creations, such as the right to perform, reproduce, or distribute the work. If someone is infringing on your rights, working with an experienced IP attorney can ensure that you secure a favorable outcome.
Litigation provides a forum for the parties to resolve complex or adversarial business disputes, while mediation often serves those committed to collaboratively reaching an agreement. Talk to a knowledgeable business attorney today to learn more.
The mediation process in Minnesota allows parents to negotiate a parenting plan and other child custody matters. By focusing on the ultimate goal, preparing questions ahead of time, and actively participating in the process, you’re likely to obtain a successful outcome.