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The NJVLA Board regrets that due to financial constraints, NJVLA must temporarily suspend operations. We are currently unable to accept new applications for assistance. During the past decade, NJVLA has provided millions of dollars of pro-bono legal assistance to thousands of New Jersey artists and arts organizations. We hope to resume service to the New Jersey arts community when the Board has secured new sources of funding.
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TufAmerica v. Diamond Update: plaintiffs must own more than just the right to sue in order to have standing to sue for copyright infringement
by Gary Laurie, Esq. In TufAmerica v. Diamond (decided Mar. 24, 2015), the Southern District Court of New York confirmed via summary judgment that plaintiffs must own more than just the right to sue in order to have standing to sue for copyright infringement. The court also confirmed that nonexclusive licenses cannot confer such standing. A plaintiff must obtain a license from every owner of a work in order to get an exclusive license, which would confer standing to sue […]