Does Disney’s mood swing from elation to anger? Persistent plaintiff sees ‘Inside Out’ infringement claim tossed for a second time (No surprise, Sherlock?) But she appeals.
It wasn’t exactly a super hero aggregation like The Avengers, but a federal judge in Los Angeles has thrown the likes of Sherlock Holmes, Tarzan, Superman, and James Bond at a plaintiff to tell her, for a second time, to throw in the Towle with her copyright infringement claims against Walt Disney Co. over its animated hit Inside Out. U.S. District Judge Philip S. Gutierrez, in Los Angeles, recently dismissed anew an action filed against Disney by Denise Daniels, a broadcaster who has built up parenting and child development expertise. She first made claims against the $850-million Pixar blockbuster in 2017, asserting then...Read More