Intellectual Property Update: Judge Re-Affirms Ruling in UCLA Streaming Video Case

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In early 2011, the Association for Information Media and Equipment (AIME) and Ambrose Video Publishing, Inc. sued UCLA over UCLA’s practices associated with digitizing and streaming videos to students.  The videos in question were purchased from Ambrose Video Publishing, Inc.  AIME participated in the lawsuit as a trade association of which Ambrose Video Publishing, Inc. is a member.  The lawsuit included allegations ranging from copyright infringement to breach of contract.

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