About the Author
Lincoln Bandlow is a partner in Lathrop & Gage’s Los Angeles office. He practices sophisticated business litigation and specializes in litigation media, First Amendment, intellectual property and other entertainment related matters. He represents clients in the motion picture, television, publishing, broadcasting, internet and advertising fields, as well as representing several of the principal underwriters for the entertainment industry.
December 6, 2012 | By Lincoln Bandlow
Copyrights can be an extremely valuable commodity.
November 2, 2011 | By Lincoln Bandlow
The Copyright Act provides plaintiffs the opportunity to recover statutory damages in lieu of actual damages. The amount of statutory damages that a plaintiff can recover ranges from $750 to $150,000, depending primarily on whether the infringement was innocent or willful.
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