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memorabilia. Plaintiff is also in partnership with Katherine Jackso for the sales and distribution of a coffee table book, calendar and othe collectibles related to her late son, Michael Jackson. Plaintiff receive rights, title and interest to certain photos, their copyrights an memorabilia as the result of an authorized sale of the subject prope through a Bankruptcy Court sale of the property under §363(m) of th Bankruptcy Code. Additionally, Michael Jackson sued Vintage Pop Inc. -- a predecessor of Vintage Pop Media -- on March 22, 2004 a case number CV 04-1946 MRP (EX) in UNITED STATE DISTRICT COURT, CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA. Th U.S. DISTRICT COURT dismissed the Michael Jackson case wit prejudice on January 3, 2006 in favor of Vintage Pop, Inc. Lastly both Katherine and Joseph Jackson have executed releases an transfers of all of their prior rights, title and interest to thes copyrights, which are the subject of this suit to Vintage Pop Media.
using photos and likenesses of Michael Jackson and, by doing so, ar misleading the public to believe that Michael Jackson has som interest in said "casino." Plaintiff is informed and believes and, base
This action is brought and jurisdiction lies with this Court pursuant t 28 U.S.C. §§ 1331, 1338 and 1367 of title 17 United States Cod §1400. The claims for relief are for violation of Federal Trademar and Copyrights.
company with its principal offices in Los Angeles County. Defendants have violated the copyright laws by distributing photo and likenesses of Michael Jackson in Orange County, California; a well as numerous other areas within the United States.
As to Defendant GoDaddy.com, Inc., Plaintiff is informed an believes and, based upon that information and belief, alleges that thi business is incorporated and that it is the domain provider and host fo that
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