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James D. Crosby, Attorney at Law. Complex and General Business Litigation and Trial Representation. San Diego, California. O: (619) 450-4149 C: (858) 705-0083 Email: crosby@crosbyattorney.com

New Civil Litigation and Trial Practice in Downtown San Diego – James D. Crosby, Attorney at Law.

James D. Crosby, Attorney at Law - Complex and General Business Litigation and Trial Representation - San Diego, California

I am resuming my civil litigation and trial practice in downtown San Diego.

I will continue to represent entities and individuals, both plaintiffs and defendants, in complex and general business, commercial, contract, intellectual property, unfair competition, securities, real property, and business tort litigation in state and federal courts.

Please note my new contact information:

James D. Crosby
Attorney at Law
550 West C Street, Suite 790
San Diego, California 92101
Office: (619) 450-4149
Cell: (858) 705-0083
Email: crosby@crosbyattorney.com
Web: www.trialcall.net

I am excited about this move, happy to be back downtown, and ready to go.

As always, I am seeking new clients to represent, complex matters to litigate, and tough cases to try. I will handle cases at hourly rates, on contingency, and with hourly/contingency blends. Please consider my practice for new matters and referrals. I will do a good job for you, your friends, clients and referrals.

Thank you,

Jim

Back to Downtown San Diego! Resuming My Civil Litigation/Trial Practice.

James D. Crosby, Attorney at Law - Complex and General Business Litigation and Trial Representation - San Diego, California

Change is good! I am returning to downtown San Diego later this month to resume my own civil litigation and trial practice. I am excited about this move, happy to be heading back downtown, and ready to go. Details to follow!

 

James D. Crosby, Attorney at Law - Complex and General Business Litigation and Trial Representation - San Diego, California

Monday – arguing appeal of copyright case before the Ninth Circuit.

Today – preparing supplemental responses to form interrogatories.

Hmmm, wonder which is more fun?

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Sedlik’s Multiplier & Actual Damages for Copyright Infringement

James D. Crosby, Attorney at Law - Complex and General Business Litigation and Trial Representation - San Diego, California

Another fine piece from my partner, Doug Lytle!

Takes On Law

Sedlik’s Multiplier – an acceptable use of multiplier as part of calculating fair market value to account for factors such as exclusivity or rarity when determining actual damages under the Copyright Act.

Using an electron microscope, in the mid-1990s, photographer Andrew Paul Leonard created colorized stem cell images from cell samples he obtained from doctors, scientists, and researchers.  Leonard built a profitable business licensing rare stem cell images, and received a range of fees for different types of licenses.  One appeared on the cover of TIME.

Defendant Stemtech sells nutritional supplements through thousands of distributors. Stemtech contacted Leonard about licensing his stem cell images, because as Stemtech employees explained, “using these images was important to Stemtech’s business.”  Stemtech declined to license Leonard’s image for website use because “the price was too high,” but chose to license an image for use twice in its internal magazine.

Leonard sued Stemtech for copyright infringement…

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James D. Crosby, Attorney at Law - Complex and General Business Litigation and Trial Representation - San Diego, California

Some days being a lawyer is extra engaging and challenging. In a good way!

Monday, it involved the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal where I argued a copyright case. Of course, it’s on YouTube! What a world.

Anyone interested in seeing my five minutes or so of short-lived fame can go to 1:20:48 on the video. https://lnkd.in/b-F-Vhy

Hoping for a good result and another chance for my client in the District Court.

We will see.

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