Full Ruling For Marvel’s Win Against Jack Kirby


Bleeding Cool presents the full document in today’s historic win by Marvel against Marc Toberoff and the estate of Jack Kirby in court.

The New York court ruled today in the Kirby v Marvel case, finding that Kirby’s work was “work-for-hire” under the 1909 Copyright Law, and so was not entitled to termination (and thus, the Termination Notices will provide no rights to the estate).

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