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3 Count: Even More E-Reserved

The GSU e-reserves case takes yet another twist, the producers of Ballers want the lawsuit against them dismissed and AdultDVDTalk case dismissed.

3 Count: Google Doubleheader

Supreme Court declines to hear Google Book Search case, Google and Oracle fail to settle Java dispute and Amazon introduces monthly Amazon Prime pricing.

3 Count: Do You Stay?

Kendrick Lamar sued over his song I Do This, European Commission clarifies some of the upcoming single market changes and can you copyright a language?

7-in-7: Playboy Links

It's a new week and it's time for another 7-in-7! This is the (hopefully weekly) show where I break down a week's worth of...

Guest Post: Debunking 5 Common Myths for Churches Using Copyrighted Material

There's a great deal of confusion when it comes to the religious copyright exemption. Fortunately, we have a guest blogger who can break it down.

3 Count: That’s Billion, with a B

Oracle seeks $9.3 billion in damages from Google, Axanar's producers claim you can't copyright Vulcans and free limited Internet leads to piracy in Angola.

7-in-7: Dance Baby, Dance

Appeals court modifies dancing baby verdict, Oracle sues HP Enterprise and PETA files an appeal in the monkey selfie case.

3 Count: Songwriter Settlement

Spotify and the NMPA reach a settlement over mechanical royalties, 9th Circuit declines to rehear dancing baby case and EU court rules on public wifi piracy.

3 Count: Technobabble Litigation

CBS and Paramount respond to request for specifics in Axanar case, judge in Blurred Lines case reluctant to give attorney fees and more...

3 Count: Batmanhandle

Junkin wins YouTube fair use case but settles before jury finished deliberating, MGM sued over Creed and SCOTUS declines to hear Batmobile case.