Ars Technica’s Law & Disorder column quoted Rick at length in an article about EMI’s lawsuit against ReDigi, which re-sells iTunes tracks. EMI thinks this infringes its copyrights, but ReDigi has a number of intriguing defenses. See for yourself here.

Rick Sanders

Rick is an intellectual-property litigator. He handles lawsuits, arbitrations, emergency injunctions and temporary restraining orders, opposition and cancellation proceedings, uniform dispute resolution proceedings (UDRPs), pre-litigation counseling, litigation avoidance, and other disputes, relating to copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, domain names, technology and intellectual-property licenses, and various privacy rights. He has taught Copyright Law at Vanderbilt University Law School. He co-founded Aaron | Sanders with Tara Aaron-Stelluto in 2011.