ProCD v. Zeidenberg
|ProCD v. Zeidenberg
|Opinion of the Court→|
|contract case involving a "shrink wrap license". One issue presented to the court was whether a shrink wrap license was valid and enforceable. Judge Easterbrook wrote the opinion for the court and found such a license was valid and enforceable. The Seventh Circuit's decision overturned a lower court decision.86 F.3d 1447 (7th Cir. 1996), is a United States|
PROCD, INCORPORATED, Plaintiff-Appellant
MATTHEW ZEIDENBERG and SILKEN MOUNTAIN WEB SERVICES, INC., Defendants-Appellees
United States Court of Appeals,
For PROCD, INCORPORATED, Plaintiff - Appellant: Michael J. Lawton, Kenneth B. Axe, LATHROP & CLARK, Madison, WI, USA. Thomas N. O'Connor, John T. Gutkoski, Lauren C. Panora, HALE & DORR, Boston, MA, USA.
For MATTHEW ZEIDENBERG, SILKEN MOUNTAIN WEB SERVICES, INCORPORATED, Defendants - Appellees: Keith Napolitano, Madison, WI, USA. David A. Austin, Madison, WI.
For INFORMATION INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PUBLISHERS, Amicus Curiae: June M. Besek, Morton D. Goldberg, Jesse M. Feder, SCHWAB, GOLDBERG, PRICE & DANNAY, New York, NY.
For BUSINESS SOFTWARE ALLIANCE, Amicus Curiae: Christopher A. Meyer, Michael R. Klipper, MEYER & KLIPPER, Washington, DC.
For SOFTWARE PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION, Amicus Curiae: Barry D. Weiss, Stuart Smith, Ronald Julian Palenski, GORDON & GLICKSON, Chicago, IL, USA. Kenneth A. Wasch, Mark Nebergall, SOFTWARE PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION, INC., Washington, DC.
For AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR INTEROPERABLE SYSTEMS, Amicus Curiae: Mark Alan Lemley, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SCHOOL OF LAW, Austin, TX. Peter M.C. Choy, AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR INTEROPERABLE SYSTEMS, Mountain View, CA.
Before COFFEY, FLAUM, and EASTERBROOK, Circuit Judges.
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