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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Not a Super Parody: Judge Refuses to Dismiss "Superdad" Infringement Lawsuit

Parody, schmarody says one judge. A judge, questionable of defendant’s parody defense, refused to dismiss DC Comics’ lawsuit for counterfeiting and trademark infringement over a shirt that features the word “dad” in a Superman-styled logo. The first story of Superman was published back in 1938 and since that time he has sported different but similar versions of the Superman

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