Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Copyright Office: Copyright Royalty Judges Have Subpoena Power Over Non-Witnesses
Copyright Office issued an opinion on a novel question of law, published in Federal Register here. Copyright Royalty Judges have the power to issue subpoenas to non-participants in proceedings.
Labels: 17 usc 802; 17 usc 803, copyright law, copyright litigation, realnetworks, royalties, soundexchange, subpoena
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