Live Nation, Others Cut Loose From IP Fight

Film Reel On Wooden Table

A California federal judge has allowed a handful of defendants, including Larson O’Brien clients, Live Nation and Madison Square Garden, and the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, to bow out of an intellectual property suit claiming they unlawfully used audio and footage from “The Judy Garland Show.” 

U.S. District Judge Philip S. Gutierrez granted Live Nation’s motion to dismiss producer Darryl Payne’s copyright claims.  

Read the full article by Hailey Konnath of Law360 here


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