Wild Citation Chase

I was looking for a citation to the legal rule that

To establish a successful copyright infringement claim, [a plaintiff] must show that he owns the copyright and that defendant copied protected elements of the work. Because, in most cases, direct evidence of copying is not available, a plaintiff may establish copying by showing that the infringer had access to the work and that the two works are substantially similar.

I had found the idea in the case of 

O god, did Nimmer really read all this and a thousand-fold more?

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