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On February 4, 2011 By Carolina Blanco February 2, 2011
Nearly a year after Master Sergeant Jeffrey Sarver filed a federal lawsuit against the makers of the Academy Award-winning film The Hurt Locker, the filmmakers are fighting back. On February 1, 2011, the makers of Hurt Locker filed a motion to dismiss Sarver’s lawsuit. In his complaint, in addition to claims [...]Continue Reading →
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Reading song lyrics online may be a thing of the past as federal court grants injunction in copyright infringement lawsuit seeking to remove free online lyrics.
Specific termination clause in contract may protect Bruce Pearl from termination at the University of Tennessee for NCAA violations.
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On June 3, 2010 By Lauren Kilgore July 24, 2010
Music business executives may have a rising ally in the war on illegal downloading: the movie business. A lawsuit filed last Monday in the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. pits the movie business against those who engage in the unlawful file-sharing of films. Though the lawsuit is not the first of its [...]Continue Reading →
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