Some highlights from the IP Law & Business July issue, now available online:
Cover story is The Reexamination Gamble: Once belittled as "poor man's litigation," reexamination is now a hot defense tactic in patent infringement cases.
Should the Music Stop for iTunes? Copyright law raises questions about the license for Apple's popular download service.
Another IP Fight in Congress: Artists's groups rebel against copyright law proposals governing orphan works. (They join Lawrence Lessig, who split with some groups he's usually allied with on this one.)
Never a Dull Moment: Our wrap-up of 2007 in patent litigation. More on this to be posted shortly.
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