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May 25, 1990
Law [Copyrighted writings can be used in critical biography...] — Wall Street Journal
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Author(s): Wade Lambert, Edward Felsenthal
Source: Wall Street Journal
[...] COPYRIGHTED WRITINGS can be used in critical biography, court rules. A federal appeals court in New York reversed a lower court ruling that appeared to signify tighter restrictions on the use of copyrighted materials by authors and journalists. The appeals court ruled that Carol Publishing Group's critical biography of L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology, doesn't violate federal law by including copyrighted quotations from Mr. Hubbard's published writings. The plaintiff was New Era Publications International, a Copenhagen ...
Jul 28, 1989
Biographer to view work on Hubbard in copyright battle — Wall Street Journal
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Author(s): Wade Lambert
Source: Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK — In a decision putting copyright concerns ahead of free-press interests, a federal judge ordered that a manuscript about L. Ron Hubbard be turned over to his authorized biographer for inspection before publication. U.S. District Judge Louis Stanton ruled that New Era Publications International had reason to believe its copyrights might be violated by the planned book on the late Mr. Hubbard, who died in 1986. The judge said permitting New Era to see Carol Publishing Group's edited manuscript ...
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