As lead amici counsel for more than two dozen academic associations (including the American Association for the Advancement of Science), university presses (including Stanford, Duke and Oxford University) and an electronic archive of digitized versions of scholarly literature, the firm helped convince the 2nd Circuit to affirm the application of §201(c) of the Copyright Act to a CD-ROM version of 100 years of National Geographic. 

Faulkner v. National Geographic, 409 F.3d 26 (2nd Cir. Mar. 4, 2005).

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