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A young graduate student finds himself in hot water when he is sued by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., for reselling textbooks overseas for a profit. This case explores the first-sale doctrine—a section of the Copyright Act of 1976—as well as citation of three additional decisions. The B case reveals the Supreme Court verdict. This case is used in a business law course elective at the McIntire School of Commerce.