Franklin v. National Film Preserve, Ltd.
||September 4, 2015
||US District Court for the District of Colorado
||XX US, Outside State
||John L. Kane
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|March 7, 2016
ORDER on Stipulated Motion for Injunction 31 and Administrative Closure of Case. Absent further order of the Court or specific written authorization from Ms. Aretha Franklin, Defendant Alan Elliott, his agents, employees and all working in conce rt with the Defendant, shall not publicly show, screen, project, display or otherwise release the film Amazing Grace, or the 1972 concert footage. Ordered that the Clerk of Court is ordered to administratively close this case pursuant to D.C.COLO. LCivR 41.2. On good cause shown, the Parties may reopen this case to allow Mr. Elliott to file a response and litigate Ms. Franklins claims and Mr. Elliotts defenses. Good cause shall include the circumstance where the pending good faith negotiations between the Parties cease to be productive. Signed by Judge John L. Kane on 03/07/16. (jhawk, )
|September 16, 2015
ORDER re: 20 Stipulated Temporary Order Enjoining Alan Elliott from Screening or Showing Film Footage. Entered by Judge John L. Kane on 09/16/15.(jhawk, )
|September 4, 2015
ORDER by Judge John L. Kane on 9/4/15.granting 6 Motion for Temporary Restraining Order.(kpreu)
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