Judge Roy Moore Loses Appeal of His Claims Against Sacha Baron Cohen

Judge Roy Moore Loses Appeal of His Claims Against Sacha Baron Cohen

By Steven T. Lowe / November 1, 2022

As part of his television show on Showtime called “Who Is America,” Sacha Baron Cohen convinced former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, Judge Roy Moore, to fly out to Washington D.C for an interview. Although Judge Moore was told that the interview was for an “Israeli Television program,” he was actually to be…

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Judge Dismisses Magazine’s Trademark Claims Against Netflix’s Tiger King Docuseries

By Steven T. Lowe / April 27, 2021

On December 9, 2020, Judge Mark C. Scarsi of the U.S. District Court of California threw out trademark claims brought by a magazine against the producers of Netflix’s hit documentary series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness. Hollywood Weekly Magazine and its founder and publisher claimed that the publication coined the mark “Tiger King” in…

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Judge Grapples with the Copyright Complexities of Tom Clancy’s Literary Legacy

By Steven T. Lowe / April 21, 2021

On December 9, 2020, Judge Ellen L. Hollander of the U.S. District Court of Maryland issued a lengthy opinion designed to sort out the complex copyright considerations regarding the ownership of Tom Clancy’s literary works, but the decision ultimately did not resolve who owned the Jack Ryan character at the center of Clancy’s books. Tom…

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