Q&A: What Ought to We Anticipate From the Copyright Claims Board?

Q&A: What Should We Expect From the Copyright Claims Board?

Geoffrey Lottenberg, Berger Singerman. Courtesy photo

The copyright alternative in the Small Claims Enforcement Act of 2019 was incorporated into law on December 27. The CASE Act fulfills the US Copyright Office's longstanding goal of creating a small claims court. The move entrusts the office with setting up the Copyright Claims Board and enacting applicable regulations next year. Damage is capped at $ 15,000 per work and a total of $ 30,000 per case, with modest attorney fees incurred in malicious cases. The defendants are also given 60 days to dismiss a complaint in the tribunal.


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