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Intellectual Property

Jan. 30, 1999

Owners of Court-Decision Databases Try for Federal Copyright Protection

SAN JOSE - Controversial legislation to grant copyright protection to databases - including court-decision databases - not currently covered by copyright law has been reintroduced in the House of Representatives after passing the House last year but stalling in a Senate committee.

By James Evans
Daily Journal Staff Writer
        SAN JOSE - Controversial legislation to grant copyright protection to databases - including court-decision databases - not currently covered by copyright law has been reintroduced in the House of Representatives after passing the House last year but stalling in a Senate committee.
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