BoF #72 – The Gravity Lawsuit

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Summary: <br> Welcome back to Business of Film, episode #72. On this episode we take an in-depth look at the Tess Gerritsen lawsuit.<br><br> <br> I’m solo-podding it today. I read this <a href="">article </a>in the Hollywood Reporter and I got, well, very frustrated. <br> So, I had to take the time to talk in great detail about the <a href="">most recent judgement</a> in this case, the implications it has for copyright and what it all means. <br> It’s a pretty complicated case with some stunning realizations about the not only the law, but how IP is treated in general. <br> It’s a complicated journey that we gone on here. At the end of the pod, and for the last 10 minutes, I detail what “I” personally think about the case and what I think should happen, or should have happened. Keep in mind, these opinions are my own, based on the information that is available to me via public record at this time. <br> Here is <a href="">Tess Gerritsen’s official statement from her blog</a>.<br> Regardless, it’s truly a fascinating case and worth the discussion.<br> <a href=""></a><br> Also, if you have any comments or questions, just write’em below or find us on <a href="" target="_blank">Twitter</a>.<br>