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Vampires in law

Yeah, I thought the first rush of news in the White Wolf v. Sony case was done too — but I was wrong. Sadly, I’ve missed the first court session. White Wolf wanted a restraining order to prevent Sony from releasing Underworld, but they got an expedited discovery period and a preliminary injunction hearing in a month.

My favorite bit of the press release is the bit where the judge denies White Wolf the restraining order because they can’t post a big enough bond to protect Sony from potential damages.


  1. “The Judge… commented that plaintiffs appeared to have made a valid argument for copyright infringement.”

    Boy, that’s a prejudicial way to phrase that for the press release, assuming the judge was calling the argument “well-formed” and not “substantially correct.”

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