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States immune from copyright suits, SCOTUS rules

Intellectual Property Magazine

States immune from copyright suits, SCOTUS rules

A state cannot be sued for copyright infringement as Congress did not validly abrogate sovereign immunity when it enacted the Copyright Remedy Clarification Act (CRCA) of 1990,  the Supreme Court of the US (SCOTUS) has ruled.

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