Constantine Cannon (Washington)

Seth D. Greenstein

Constantine Cannon (Washington)

Seth D. Greenstein is a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Constantine Cannon. Seth concentrates his practice on intellectual property litigation and licensing issues. Seth Greenstein has litigated copyright, patent, trademark and trade secret cases involving high technology and software products before the federal district courts and courts of appeal, the International Trade Commission, and in arbitrations. His litigation experience also includes numerous cases involving antitrust and unfair competition law, as well as contract and complex business tort issues in federal and state courts. He has represented satellite, Internet and cable digital music services in rate-setting arbitrations before Copyright Arbitration Royalty Panels and the Copyright Royalty Board, and in numerous administrative proceedings before the Copyright Office.

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1712 Bulletin

Seth D. Greenstein The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reformulates legal doctrines created for physical property to apply to new technology-based torts (HiQ / LinkedIn)


THE NINTH CIRCUIT’S DECISION IN HIQ V LINKEDIN : DATA SCRAPING MAY HAVE A FUTURE, BUT FOR HOW LONG ?* Do companies that gather public information have an obligation to make that information available en masse to would-be competitors ? Do competitors have a right to access those companies’ (...)

Seth D. Greenstein The US Supreme Court hears arguments before the decision on whether post-expiration license royalty obligations are caught in the web of patent policies or antitrust analysis (Kimble / Marvel)


Supreme Court Seeks To Untangle Patent And Antitrust Principles Caught In Spider-Man’s Web* The Supreme Court heard oral argument today on whether litigation over a toy based on Spider-Man’s web should be used to vanquish a 50-year-old precedent precluding patent owners from collecting (...)

Seth D. Greenstein The US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit decides on whether a "standard-setting" association should be considered as a single entity and dismisses the case for lack of evidence (Abraham & Veneklasen / AQHA)


Fifth Circuit Rejects Jury Verdict Of Quarter Horse Conspiracy, Finding Elite Animal Registries To Be A Horse Of A Different Color* A panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has reversed a jury’s verdict that a horse breeding association illegally conspired with some of its (...)


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