Betty Boop infringement claims rejected
A US appeals court has dealt a blow to character merchandising, in a copyright and trade mark dispute over the cartoon character Betty Boop
In an opinion dated February 23, the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed a summary judgment finding from the Central District of California, dismissing a copyright and trade mark infringement action over unauthorised Betty Boop merchandise.
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