Producers Claim Halting "Star Trek" Fan Fiction Movie Would Violate the First Amendment

The unauthorized Star Trek fan fiction film, already backed with over $1 million in crowdfunding, recently hit with a copyright infringement lawsuit by CBS has moved to dismiss the case claiming that an order to block the not yet produced movie would be an impermissible prior restraint on free speech. Axanar Productions has raised over a $1 million to

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Doyle's Estate Accuses Universal of Fraud to Secure "Sherlock Homeboy" Trademark

This is “The Case of the Curious Trademark and Contemptible Registration.” The estate of Sir Author Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, has opposed Universal’s attempt to register the SHERLOCK HOMEBOY trademark and claims Universal committed fraud on the Trademark Office in the process. Beginning in the 1880’s, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle authored and published four novels and

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