• Court Flags Historical Use of NFL Team’s Former Logo in Video Game as Infringing
  • December 26, 2012 | Authors: David S. Greenberg; C. Andrew Keisner; Marc J. Rachman
  • Law Firm: Davis & Gilbert LLP - New York Office
  • Copyright law has long recognized that an artist’s right to protect his or her creation is somewhat limited by others’ rights to make fair use of a work in a reasonable manner. Courts frequently hold that copyrighted works can be used without liability, as “fair use,” in news reporting, critical commentary, and historical scholarship.