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Copyright Small Claims Court Established as Part of Spending and COVID-19 Relief Package

Included in the $2.3 trillion spending and coronavirus pandemic relief package signed yesterday by President Trump was the Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement (CASE) Act, an alternative dispute resolution program that was first approved by the House of Representatives on Oct. 22, 2019.

The CASE Act of 2019, introduced under H.R.2426, creates a Copyright Claims Board to decide copyright disputes from within the U.S. Copyright Office. The legislation Congress passed last week was mostly unchanged from H.R. 2426.

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