This article highlights a case which the Supreme Court recently agreed to hear and decide involving copyright law's first sale doctrine. The question on which the case will apparently turn involves the application of the doctrine to foreign works which are legally acquired and later resold in the United States. The article reviews the history of decisions in this area and explains why Justice Kagan's vote will likely decide the case.
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Supreme Court to Take a Second Crack at First Sale Doctrine in Foreign-Made Goods