April 17, 2008
Judge Allows Copyright Infringement Suit To Proceed Against State Employee
The Chronicle of Higher Education notes that a federal judge dismissed a copyright infringement case against the Board of Regents of California State University, based on a sovereign immunity claim, but is allowing the case to proceed against an employee of San Diego State University, part of the Cal State system. The plaintiffs, Marketing Information Masters, alleged "copyright infringement, conversion, misappropriation and unfair business practices" against both defendants. Read the ruling here.
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