Below is a brief we filed last week on behalf of Stan Lee Media Inc. before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, seeking to overturn the district judge's denial of intervention in Lee v. Marvel.
ECF Lee v Marvel Appellant SLMI Brief 6-9-11
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Monday, June 13, 2011
Second Circuit Brief in Lee v Marvel: The Spiderman Copyright
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