Major motion picture studio launches IP litigation suit related to unauthorized character use

A major motion picture studio entered a copyright infringement action when a smaller filmmaker attempted to distribute a film using a character for which the major motion picture studio had purchased rights.

Waller represented the motion picture studio in the federal action involving the use of the character by another filmmaker. The case was settled before trial.

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