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Eleventh Circuit: Obtain a Copyright Registration before Initiating Litigation

According to U.S. copyright law, an original work of authorship receives copyright protection from the time the work is created in a fixed form. However, when can a copyright owner sue an alleged infringer for copyright infringement?  Is it sufficient that a copyright owner merely filed an application for registration with the U.S. Copyright Office … Continue Reading

The Nevada Gaming Control Board Recommences Testing Gaming Technology

In 2013, the Nevada Legislature authorized independent test labs (ITL) registered with the Nevada Gaming Commission to test gambling games and gaming technology that would be used in Nevada for compliance with the Nevada regulatory requirements. Effective April 1, 2017, manufacturers may request either the Nevada Gaming Control Board (Board) Technology Division or a registered … Continue Reading

Nevada’s “Fast Track” for New Gaming Devices

Prior to a gaming device being given final approval by the Nevada Gaming Commission, the device must successfully pass a “field trial.” This field trial allows the gaming device to be deployed in a casino and played by casino patrons. Upon the successful completion of the field trial, the Nevada Gaming Commission will consider granting … Continue Reading
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