SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--International law firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP announced today that the American Bar Association (ABA) just published its long-awaited treatise entitled Copyright Litigation Strategies, which was co-edited by Dorsey Intellectual Property Litigation Partner J. Michael Keyes. This comprehensive treatise explores all aspects of copyright litigation strategies: pre-litigation considerations and analysis, alternative dispute resolution, formulating discovery plans, third-party discovery, foreign discovery, handling depositions, working with experts, motion practice, the trial, proving infringement, defeating infringement claims, evidence, appeals, and much more.
“I am thrilled that the American Bar Association's Copyright Litigation Strategies Treatise is now available for purchase,” noted Mr. Keyes. “I had the pleasure of being a contributing author and a co-editor of this rather immense work. For the last several years I worked closely with my fellow editor, Ms. Dale Cendali. She and I collaborated with numerous contributing authors, colleagues at our respective law firms, peer reviewers, and the intrepid staff at the ABA to bring this work to fruition.”
The new treatise may be purchased from the ABA here.
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