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Gerald Brittle is the author of “The Demonologist,” a book focusing on Ed and Lorraine Warren famous for solving hauntingly terrifying paranormal cases in the 50’s. Brittle has now filed suit over Warner Bros. successful franchise, “The Conjuring.” In a 355-page amended complaint recently filed in Virginia federal court, outlines how Warner Bros., New Line...
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Walt Disney Co. is facing some wild times after being blown with a copyright lawsuit, alleging that “Zootopia” was stolen from a screenwriter, Gary L. Goldman’s unprotected treatment. Goldman has received paramount success having been credited as a writer for “Total Recall” and “Minority Report.” Having contacted Disney in the past, Goldman alleges that he...
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If you didn’t catch us last night, follow us on our Social Media for future updates! We do live streaming at events and constantly update our blog. Yesterday, our principal attorney, David Kim, spoke at Whittier Law School alongside other music industry professionals including; James Dorgan Vice President of Music & Business Affairs at Disney,...
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Critically acclaimed and Grammy Hall of fame song, “Stairway to Heaven” is still battling out under copyright claims. The famous Led Zeppelin song was allegedly not as original as we all thought. In June Led Zeppelin was victorious in a lawsuit claimed that the guitar riff in “Stairway to Heaven” was copied from Spirit’s 1968...
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Happy Film Friday everyone! In light of St. Patricks day, here’s a little article about a cult classic film Leprechaun. Fans of 90’s horror cult classic, Leprechaun, will be interested to know that the genius behind the franchise is green with anger over copyright-infringement over his new Vamprechaun project idea. A complaint was filed in California...
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