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MPAA on Keller

MPAA on Keller

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LA2072516.1203351-10017
No. 10-15387IN THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALSFOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT_________________________________________
SAMUELMICHAELKELLER,
Plaintiff/Appellee,
v.
ELECTRONICARTS,INC.,
 Defendant/Appellant.
_________________________________________On Appeal from the United States District Courtfor the Northern District of CaliforniaNo. 3:09-CV-01967-VRWThe Honorable Claudia Wilken, District Judge_________________________________________
MOTIONFORLEAVETOFILE
 AMICUS CURIAE
BRIEFAND
 AMICUSCURIAE
BRIEFOFTHEMOTIONPICTUREASSOCIATIONOFAMERICA, INC.INSUPPORTOFDEFENDANTANDAPPELLANTELECTRONICARTS,INC.
________________________________________________________LOEB & LOEB LLPDouglas E. Mirell (SBN 094169)W. Allan Edmiston (SBN 228246)10100 Santa Monica Boulevard, Suite 2200Los Angeles, California 90067(310) 282-2000Attorneys for
Amicus Curiae
MOTION PICTURE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, INC.________________________________________________________
Case: 10-15387 09/07/2010 Page: 1 of 44 ID: 7465647 DktEntry: 25
 
LA2072516.1203351-10017
CORPORATEDISCLOSURESTATEMENT
Pursuant to Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure 26.1 and 29(c),
amicuscuriae
Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. (“MPAA”) discloses thefollowing:1. MPAA is a not-for-profit trade association;2. MPAA does not have any parent companies; and3. There are no publicly held companies that own ten (10) percent ormore of the stock of the MPAA.RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED this 7th day of September, 2010.LOEB & LOEB LLPDOUGLAS E. MIRELLW. ALLAN EDMISTONBy: /s/ W. Allan EdmistonW. ALLAN EDMISTONAttorneys for
Amicus Curiae
MOTION PICTURE ASSOCIATIONOF AMERICA, INC.
Case: 10-15387 09/07/2010 Page: 2 of 44 ID: 7465647 DktEntry: 25
 
LA2072516.1203351-10017
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MOTIONFORLEAVETOFILEAMICUSCURIAEBRIEF
Pursuant to Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure 29(b), the Motion PictureAssociation of America, Inc. (“MPAA”) hereby requests leave to file theaccompanying
amicus curiae
brief in support of defendant and appellant ElectronicArts, Inc.The MPAA is a not-for-profit trade association founded in 1922 to addressissues of concern to the United States motion picture industry. Its members
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andtheir affiliates are the leading producers and distributors of audiovisualentertainment in the theatrical, television and DVD/home video markets.Accordingly, among other things, the MPAA advocates for the protection of itsmembers’ creative works, fights copyright theft around the world, and providesleadership in meeting new and emerging industry challenges.The right of publicity creates an inherent and undeniable tension withfundamental First Amendment freedoms. Because of this tension, the MPAA haslong worked to ensure that the right of publicity evolves in a manner whichprotects the individual right of self-expression and safeguards the free marketplace
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The members of the MPAA are: Paramount Pictures Corporation; Sony PicturesEntertainment Inc.; Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation; Universal CityStudios LLLP; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures; and Warner Bros.Entertainment Inc.
Case: 10-15387 09/07/2010 Page: 3 of 44 ID: 7465647 DktEntry: 25

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