K41: Litigation Process

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K41: Litigation Process is a discipline defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki. It is based on the JEL Discipline Classification System.

The following studies are coded as being associated with this discipline (9):

 Citation
Cotropia and Gibson (2014)Cotropia, C. A., & Gibson, J. (2014). Copyright's Topography: An Empirical Study of Copyright Litigation. Texas Law Review, 92(7).
Favale, Homberg, Kretschmer, Mendis and Secchi (2013)Favale, M., Homberg, F., Kretschmer, M., Mendis, D., & Secchi, D. (2015). Copyright, and the Regulation of Orphan Works: A Comparative Review of Seven Jurisdictions and a Rights Clearance Simulation. Available at SSRN 2613498.
Fromer and Lemley (2013)Fromer, Jeanne C., and Mark A. Lemley. "Audience in Intellectual Property Infringement, The." Mich. L. Rev. 112 (2013): 1251.
Helmers, Lefouili, Love and McDonagh (2018)Helmers, C., Lefouili, Y., Love, B.J., McDonagh, L. Who Needs a Copyright Small Claims Court? Evidence from the U.K.’s IP Enterprise Court. Berkeley Technology Law Journal Commentaries, Forthcoming
Larsson, Svensson, Mezei and De Kaminski (2014)Larsson, S., Svensson, M., Mezei, P., & De Kaminski, M. (2014). The Digital Intellectual Property Challenge Revisited: File-sharing and Copyright Development in Hungary.
Netanel (2011)Netanel, N. W. (2011). Making sense of fair use. Lewis & Clark L. Rev., 15, 715.
Sag (2012)Sag, M. (2012). Predicting fair use. Ohio State Law Journal, 73, 1.
Sag (2013)Sag, M. (2013). Empirical studies of copyright litigation: Nature of suit coding. Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Research Paper No. 2013-017.
Weatherall, Webster and Bently (2009)Weatherall, K., Webster, E., & Bently, L. (2009). IP Enforcement in the UK and Beyond: A Literature Review.