Veteran TV writer Jeffrey Scott claims that Disney breached a contract when it used his 1984 production bible to create a “Muppet Babies” reboot. But is it copyright infringement?
Ono alleges infringement of 374 family photos she claims were stolen as part of an elaborate scheme to profit from John Lennon's death. Does she have a case? And does Ono actually own the copyrights in the photos?
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Many overworked or underappreciated law firm associates dream of being offered a job by a client. That dream probably doesn't include getting sued for going in-house.
A writer in Georgia has filed a new copyright lawsuit claiming that the time travel series "Timeless" infringes his "ChronoShift" book trilogy. The plaintiff's theory of access is one for the ages.
The new Netflix film "Enola Holmes," which features the imagined younger sister of famous literary detective Sherlock Holmes, is at the center of a copyright infringement lawsuit filed by the estate of Arthur Conan Doyle. The estate appears determined to squeeze every last drop of copyright life out of Holmes before the entire series falls into the public domain in 2023. Is the estate overstating its rights?
Is the creation of an interpolated demo recording fair use or garden-variety infringement? That's one of the questions the court will need to tackle in connection with Tracy Chapman's ongoing copyright infringement lawsuit against Nicki Minaj.
While Young asserts a straightforward claim for copyright infringement, his case may be complicated by a byzantine set of licensing rules and Justice Department consent decrees going back to the 1940s.