Hyman Rosen wrote:
On 4/16/2010 12:30 PM, Alexander Terekhov wrote:

"under the “Registration Approach,” only after the Register of Copyrights actually approves the application and issues a
registration, or notifies the copyright applicant that the
application is rejected, is the prerequisite for a federal
copyright infringement action satisfied. The courts of the
Second,15 Tenth16 and Eleventh17 Circuits follow this approach."

If the court requires that each specific version of a work be
registered, then it is possible that this suit will be found
defective and be dismissed. The plaintiffs can then register the
specific version involved and refile the suit. The court may also
give them the option of registering and then amending the complaint.

And if it is found that a frog has wings then the frog won't bump his
ass when he jumps.

RJack :)
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