photo credit: Intrepid Flame
I am heading out to Philadelphia for the NY State Bar Association Fall Meeting (discussed here), where I will be speaking about the recent American Buddha decision in which the New York Court of Appeals held (limited solely to cases involving on-line copyright infringement of literary works) that for the purposes of the New York long-arm statute, the harm from such types of infringement occurs where the copyright owners resides. You always know that a decision is going to be a deusy when the court limits the applicability of the holding like that. . . Anyway, here is a copy of an article I wrote for the program’s CLE materials:
Hope to see some of you there!