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New Jersey Copyright Law
 
Kirk Lory v. Concord Equity Group Advisors, LLC

This action's relevant procedural history is not complex.
One month after Loury's nearly two-year employment as a Concord
executive ended, he filed a four-count complaint against
Concord. Three of the counts were dismissed for failure to
state a claim upon which relief could be granted. The surviving
count alleged Concord breached the parties' employment
agreement.... More...
   $0 (02-26-2016 - NJ)

Hanover 3201 Realty LLC v. Village Supermarkets

Hanover 3201 Realty, LLC (“Hanover Realty”) signed a contract with Wegmans to develop a supermarket on its property in Hanover, New Jersey. The agreement required Hanover Realty to secure all necessary governmental permits and approvals prior to breaking ground. Village Supermarkets, Inc. (“ShopRite”) owns the local ShopRite. Once ShopRite and its subsidiary Hanover and Horsehill Development L... More...   $0 (11-13-2015 - NJ)

Peter Brownstein v. Tina Lindsay

This case concerns Appellant Peter Brownstein’s claim under the Copyright Act seeking a declaratory judgment of joint authorship of an ethnic identification system that he created with Appellee Tina Lindsay, the Lindsay Cultural Identification Determinate (“LCID”). Lindsay purports to have conveyed the copyrights to the LCID to Appellee Ethnic Technologies (“E-Tech”). The contested work ... More...   $0 (01-29-2014 - NJ)

Ryan Hart v. Electronic Arts, Inc.

In 2009, Appellant Ryan Hart (“Appellant” or “Hart”)1 brought suit against Appellee Electronic Arts, Inc. (“Appellee” or “EA”) for allegedly violating his right of publicity as recognized under New Jersey law. Specifically, Appellant‟s claims stemmed from Appellee‟s alleged use of his likeness and biographical information in its NCAA Football series of videogames. The District ... More...   $0 (05-21-2013 - nj)

Atlantic Recording, et al. v. Daniel Peng

Copyright infringement claims by Atlantic Recording, Arista Records, Inc., BMG Music, Capitol Records, Inc., Elektra Entertainment Group, Inc., Fonovisa, Inc., Interscope Records, Lava Records, LLC, London-Sire Records, Inc., Loud Records, LLC, Maverick Recording Company, Motown Record Company, LP, Sony Music Entertainment, UMG Recording, Inc., Virgin Records of America, Inc., Warner Bros Recor... More...   $12000 (05-02-2003 - NJ)

Dun & Bradstreet Software Services, Inc., et al. v. Grace Consulting, Inc., et al.

This appeal presents serious problems of alleged copyright infringement in an evolving and highly competitive world of computer technology that challenges the effectiveness of our well-established copyright laws. Formerly known as Dun & Bradstreet Software Services, Inc. (DBS), Geac Computer Systems, Inc. (collectively Geac) is the undisputed owner of certain proprietary, copyrig... More...   $0 (09-25-2002 - NJ)

Dam Things of Denmark a/k/a Troll Company Aps v. Russ Berrie & Company, Inc.

We consider this case on an expedited appeal from the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. The parties to this appeal, Dam Things from Denmark, a/k/a Troll Company ApS (together "Dam Things"), and Russ Berrie and Company, Inc. ("Russ"), are purveyors of trolls -- short, pudgy, plastic dolls with big grins and wild hair. Dam Things, a Danish company, assert... More...   $0 (05-14-2002 - NJ)

Amberson Holdings, LLC v. Westside Story Newspaper, et al.

Copyright Infringement Claim - Defendants Westside Story Newspaper, Wallace J. Allen and W.J. Allen Multimedia Productions, Inc., own and operate a weekly newspaper that is based in Southern California. Plaintiffs' trademark, "West Side Story", was incorporated into the title of the defendants' newspaper. Plaintiffs further alleged that defendants wrongfully registered www.westsidestory.com as... More...   $0 (08-22-2000 - NJ)

 
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