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breakdown_dismissal_letter [2019/02/09 22:27]
Carlos Pedraza
breakdown_dismissal_letter [2019/09/20 12:38] (current)
Carlos Pedraza [Unprotected Elements]
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 > The court in //Ollie// held that the two figures were wholly different … "​although the Dominoid and Donny Domino are similar, in that their bodies consist of a domino with one dot in the top square and two dots in the bottom square, the court find the this similarity is attributable to the fact that both works used Domino'​s trademarked domino as the body. … However, the humanizing of a domino is an idea not subject to copyright protection."​((Abdin v. CBS Broadcasting Inc. et al., Docket 39, p. 3, 12/05/18.)) > The court in //Ollie// held that the two figures were wholly different … "​although the Dominoid and Donny Domino are similar, in that their bodies consist of a domino with one dot in the top square and two dots in the bottom square, the court find the this similarity is attributable to the fact that both works used Domino'​s trademarked domino as the body. … However, the humanizing of a domino is an idea not subject to copyright protection."​((Abdin v. CBS Broadcasting Inc. et al., Docket 39, p. 3, 12/05/18.))
  
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 That last sentence, however, is precisely how Hwang cited the //Ollie// case. That last sentence, however, is precisely how Hwang cited the //Ollie// case.
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