Lang, et alia v. Sarah Morris

These Origami Artists Just Won't Fold

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Federal case, filed in the Northern District of California, for twenty (20) claims of copyright infringement by six renowned origami artists against artist Sarah Morris, who used the origami artists' crease patterns for her own works, without license or attribution. The document is the First Amended Complaint, which includes color photographs of the origami artists' crease patterns and Sarah Morris' usage of those crease patterns. For more, go to http://langorigami.com/info/sarah_morris_copyright_infringement.php4 or http://www.bayoaklaw.com/wordpress/origami-lawsuit/.

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Published In: Intellectual Property Updates

Reference Info:Pleadings | Federal, 9th Circuit, California | United States

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