Ginsburg Remembered As Steadfast Pro-Copyright Voice

September 21, 2020Media Mention

Aaron J. Moss, Greenberg Glusker partner and chair of the firm's litigation department whose practice focuses on intellectual property and copyright litigation, was recently interviewed by Law360 for his views on Ruth Bader Ginsburg's stance on copyright matters in the article, "Ginsburg Remembered As Steadfast Pro-Copyright Voice," published on September 21, 2020.


During her 27 years on the high court, Justice Ginsburg, who died Friday at age 87, authored opinions that extended copyright time limits and restored protection to works that had fallen into the public domain, and was recognized as a vocal proponent for the rights of content creators.

"Certainly that was the thread in her opinions: She really did have a long record of finding in favor of copyright owners," said Aaron Moss of Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger LLP.

Although it found against a Hollywood studio, that holding "is consistent with her view of giving strength and protection to copyright owners, because really that's who benefits from that case," Moss said.

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