Alleging software and data-base infringement is probably the most common offensive strategy currently seen in high-tech copyright litigation. In the context of a hypothetical factual setting, this article explores three potential pitfalls attendant to such a strategy, and suggests ways to minimize those risks.
Peter J. Shurn III, Potential Pitfalls in High-Tech Copyright Litigation, 25 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 513 (2008)