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Fabrics International, Inc., bought a fabric design from an Italian designer and registered a copyright to it with the U. S. Copyright Office. When Macy’s, Inc., began selling garments with a similar design, United filed a copyright infringement suit against Macy’s. Macy’s argued that United did not own a valid copyright to the design and so could not claim infringement. Does United have to prove that the copyright is valid to establish infringement? Explain.



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