South Park Digital Studios, Comedy Partners, MTV Networks, Paramount Home Entertainment Inc., and Viacom International Inc. have successfully defended themselves against federal claims of copyright infringement related to an April 2, 2008, episode of the popular Comedy Central television program South Park.
In a patent case filed in the Western District of Wisconsin, Defendant Digecor, Inc. moved to dismiss plaintiff Hunts Point Ventures, Inc.'s complaint for failing to identify the asserted claims or the accused product.
Recently, a Court in the Central District of California, applying the Patent Rules from the Northern District of California, held that the plaintiff failed to demonstrate the requisite good cause to amend its infringement contentions to add additional accused products.
In 1993, hip-hop group Cypress Hill released its "Black Sunday" album.
It has been seven years since Judge Sheindlin issued the first of her six Zubulake opinions, addressing in detail the obligations of litigants to preserve and produce relevant electronically stored information ("ESI").
In patent, trademark and copyright infringement action, court grants defendants’ motion for attorney’s fees in relation to the copyright and trademark claims, holding that plaintiffs’ copyright claims are frivolous.
In 2006 Lynx commenced these proceedings by way of an application for pre trial discovery against Worley Parsons.
The court awarded defendant Nike attorneys’ fees and costs totaling $324,855.69 after dismissing plaintiff Diplomatic Man, Inc.’s copyright infringement action with prejudice for failure to prosecute.
In a case that initially garnered notice for the court’s order to preserve server log data temporarily stored in RAM, the court has now granted terminating sanctions, entering default judgment against defendants.