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Morris v. Business Concepts, Inc. #2., 283 F.3d 502 (2d Cir. 2001).

"In response to the petition for rehearing, we write to clarify part of the reasoning in our opinion. Because it might significantly affect some future case, we wish to modify our opinion by removing Part I." "We therefore conclude that regardless whether Conde Nast was a copyright owner of Morris's articles, its registration of the collective works in which they appeared do not satisfy 411(a)'s requirements with respect to Morris." "We have considered Morris's arguments with respect to Parts II and III of our opinion, and find them to be unconvincing. We therefore deny the petition for rehearing.

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