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Judge Kane to Rule by Next Week in Righthaven Case

Law Week Colorado covers the Colorado copyright case Righthaven LLC v. Wolf, where Righthaven sued Florida blogger Leland Wolf for copyright infringement.  At the heart of the lawsuit is Righthaven’s right to sue over alleged infringement occurring on websites owned by defendants in its many lawsuits.  Randazza Legal Group represented Wolf in the litigation, and attorney J. Malcolm DeVoy argued for dismissal of Righthaven’s case in a September 20, 2011 hearing:

Wolf’s attorneys, including J. Malcolm DeVoy of Las Vegas’ Randazza Legal Group…argued that the Copyright Alliance Agreement only gave Righthaven exclusive rights to sue, not exclusive ownership — something that if true would mean Righthaven lacks standing to sue. Wolf is seeking attorneys’ fees from Righthaven for allegedly filing a groundless lawsuit.

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