Siegels And Shusters Lose Case Over Superman Against DC Entertainment

Daniel Best of Oh Danny Boy presents the legal document that will give Marc Toberoff and the Siegel and Shuster estates an un-merry Christmas. But give DC Entertainment lawyers some festive cheer. That the judge has ruled

“…the copyright termination notice served by the Estate of Joseph Shuster on November 10, 2003, is deemed invalid and ineffective,”

and that the Siegel and Shuster lawyer’s

“…rights-encumbering agreements—including the 2001 Pacific Pictures agreement, 2003 Pacific Pictures agreement, and 2008 consent agreement—are deemed invalid and unenforceable.”

Daniel points out that there will, of course, be plenty of appeals. So the case will be contiunuing into the launch of the new Man Of Steelk movie…

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