Media Mentions
May 09, 2024

Copyright Act Places No Additional Time Limits on Damages Recovery for Timely Filed Claims

The U.S. Supreme Court has just ruled on the Copyright Act’s statute of limitations for damages recovery in copyright infringement cases. Jennifer Mauri provided commentary to IP Law Daily on the court’s divided ruling—that timely-filed claims under the Act are not subject to additional time limits for damages, even for infringements occurring more than three years before a lawsuit. In the article, Jennifer remarks on the decision’s implications for copyright owners and the potential impact on future litigation strategies.

Jennifer A. Mauri

Senior Associate
Class Action & Complex Litigation, Intellectual Property
Internet, Software & Technology