Warner Bros got big judicial boost today in the case about who really owns the rights to Superman. First, the Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit unanimously rejected an attempt by Marc Toberoff, the lawyer for the estates of Superman’s co-creators, to use attorney-client privilege to keep documents pertinent to the long-ongoing copyright case secret. Then Judge Diarmuid O’Scannlain took the rare step of specifically noting the “ethical and professional concerns raised by Toberoff’s actions” in playing the role of both lawyer and business adviser for the estates of Superman creators Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel.
Today the seemingly endless Superman heir’s copyright suit might have truly leaped its final bound. Just over a month after lawyer Marc Toberoff petition the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals for a rehearing of its November 21, 2013 opin... Read Post
Here's the latest development in the Superman copyright litigation case, in which DC Comics and Warner Bros are suing Superman copyright lawyer Marc Toberoff, charging that he had an alleged financial role in the Superman rights fig... Read Post
You got to give lawyer Marc Toberoff points for perseverance. Just under three weeks after the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals handed Warner Bros its seemingly final significant piece of the Superman copyright pie, the lawyer for the M... Read Post