The New York Times Blog reports on the Seinfeld cookbook case. This quote from copyright law domain master Tim Wu is reason enough to click on through:

“Frankly, I read the complaint. It should be thrown out. It’s close to frivolous. It’s terrible.”

Not that there’s anything wrong with that?

UPDATE:  No suit for you.

By Ron Coleman

LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION blog author Ron Coleman is a member of Dhillon Law Group in their New York City and Montclair, New Jersey offices. He is a graduate of Northwestern University School of Law and Princeton University.

2 thoughts on “A lawsuit about nothing”
  1. […] We wrote about the piggish nature of billionairess J. K. Rowling last fall in connection with her Death Eater-like persecution of an unauthorized fan site. Now copyright maven Tim Wu (yes, him again!) weighs in: Author J.K. Rowling and publisher Warner Brothers have sued the Lexicon for copyright infringement, exposing the big unanswered question: Are fan guides actually illegal? […]

  2. Wow. For a second there, I thought this had something to do with the actual real life “Soup Nazi.”

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