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Legal Documents for:
The Chamberlain Group, Inc. vs. Skylink Technologies, Inc.

In this Federal case out of Chicago, the Chamberlain Group claims that Skylink Technologies' competing garage door openers are illegal circumvention devices under the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).

Sept. 2, 2003 IPJ Media Release: Court Rejects DMCA Claim Against Garage Door Manufacturer: ‘Common Sense’ Prevails in US Copyright Case
    Also see: District Court Opinion Granting Summary Judgement

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