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Jamie is an associate in the Firm’s Entertainment & Media group, where she represents a wide variety of talent, including writers, directors, and actors in scripted television and film projects as well as digital content creators in transactions across various digital verticals, including high-level brand collaborations, podcasts, and partnerships.

In the realm of copyright law, determining the scope of damages and the applicability of the statute of limitations remains a contentious issue. The Supreme Court case of Nealy v. Warner Chappell Music (argued before the Court in February of this year) promises to shed light on this matter, grappling with the question of how far back a plaintiff can seek damages in a copyright infringement case. This pivotal legal battle has significant implications for copyright holders, defendants, and the broader creative industry landscape.Continue Reading Unraveling the Statute of Limitations in Copyright Infringement Cases

How far back can a plaintiff recover damages in a copyright infringement case?  Scott Hervey and Jamie Lincenberg discuss this contested copyright law question in this installment of “The Briefing” by Weintraub Tobin.Continue Reading The Briefing: How Far Back Can You Go: Supreme Court to Decide Circuit Split on Recovery of Copyright Damages

As Scott Hervey previously wrote on the IP Law Blog, the holding in the Supreme Court case Jack Daniels Properties v. VIP Products limits the applicability of the Rogers test. Scott and Jamie Lincenberg talk about this case on this episode of The Briefing.Continue Reading The Briefing: Ninth Circuit Pulls Back Rogers Test in Light of Jack Daniels Decision