Tennessee Intellectual Property Cases

Copyrights Cases, Dockets and Filings
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Cases 1 - 10 of 673
Philpot v. Contemporary Media, Inc.
as 2:2020cv02370
Plaintiff: Larry Philpot
Defendant: Contemporary Media, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Copyright Infringement
Malluk v. Freeman Webb Incorporated
as 3:2020cv00433
Defendant: Freeman Webb Incorporated
Plaintiff: Eddie Malluk
Cause Of Action: Conservation: Complaint for Forfeiture
Usherson v. Third Man Records, LLC
as 3:2020cv00390
Plaintiff: Arthur Usherson
Defendant: Third Man Records, LLC
Cause Of Action: Copyright Infringement
Guthridge v. Beale Street Blues Company, Inc.
as 2:2020cv02189
Plaintiff: Robert Guthridge
Defendant: Beale Street Blues Company, Inc.
Cause Of Action: Copyright Infringement
Elam v. Zazzle Inc.
as 2:2020cv02167
Plaintiff: Kathleen Elam
Defendant: Zazzle Inc.
Cause Of Action: Copyright Infringement
WB Music Corp. et al v. Higher
as 3:2020cv00185
Plaintiff: WB Music Corp., Naughty Music, Round Hill Music Royalty Fund LP
Defendant: James Christopher Higher
Cause Of Action: Copyright Infringement
Hill et al v. Beauregard et al
as 2:2020cv02148
Plaintiff: Otis Zirker, Donell Barton, Jr., Lamario Starks and others
Defendant: Malaco Inc, BMG Rights Management US, Paul Beauregard and others
Cause Of Action: Copyright Infringement
Guthridge v. Gannett Satellite Information Network, LLC
as 2:2020cv02137
Plaintiff: Robert Guthridge
Defendant: Gannett Satellite Information Network, LLC
Cause Of Action: Copyright Infringement
Lanham v. Walt Disney Co. and Affliates et al (PLR1)
as 3:2020cv00080
Defendant: Frozen II, Suzanne Francis, Disney Press and others
Plaintiff: Deborah M Lanham
Cause Of Action: Copyright Infringement
Best v. Visible Music College
as 2:2020cv02062
Plaintiff: Abraham Best
Defendant: Visible Music College
Not Classified By Court: Temiika Gipson
Cause Of Action: Copyright Infringement

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