Steven Spielberg Wins Copyright Infringement Law Suit #Disturbia #Rear Window


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U.S. Southern District Court in New York found, late last month, held that  Film Director Steven Spielberg’s film “Disturbia” did not infringe the copyright in the short story “Rear Window.” I will provide an analysis in future write ups on the legal thersholds that must be proven where copyright infringement lawsuits are concerned. For now, check out fellow colleague and entertainment attorney Mark Litwak’s blog on the Spielberg lawsuit. Mark gets into it with the facts, history of the case and the legal issues surrounding the suit.

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