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UK newspaper The Guardian published an article on Friday about attorney Marc Randazza's fight to protect the Klingon language from being restrained by copyright. The brief, filed on behalf of the Language Creation Society in lawsuit between Paramount Pictures and the producers of a fan-made Star Trek film, argued the...

The Lawyer Herald, an online legal news publication, wrote Friday that a brief filed in the case of Paramount Pictures v. Axanar Productions has "spark[ed] debate." Language Creation Society has recently filed an amicus brief on behalf of the defendants, arguing the merits of whether the Klingon language could be copyrighted. The...

The United Kingdom's IT publication, The Register, recently published an article describing attorney Marc Randazza's efforts to keep the Klingon language from copyright encroachment. But, the Language Creation Society says, although it is "understandable that Paramount might feel some sense of ownership over the creation," the reality is that it has...

Irish online entertainment news site Entertainment.ie recently published an article on Marc Randazza's amicus brief fighting for legal independence of the Klingon language. Fans have gone on to create fully working English-Klingon dictionaries. However, Paramount CBS, the creators behind Star Trek, are now locked in a legal battle with hardcore fans...

On Thursday, the popular online legal blog Lawyerist praised Marc Randazza's amicus brief submitted in the case Paramount Pictures v. Axanar Productions. Randazza, the managing partner of Randazza Legal Group, filed his brief arguing that the Klingon language should be protected from copyright control by Paramount. The Lawyerist wrote: Marc Randazza...

In an article on Public Knowledge published Thursday, copyright expert Charles Duan praised Marc Randazza's amicus brief on behalf of the Language Creation Society in the matter of Paramount Pictures v. Axanar Productions. In my almost three years at Public Knowledge, I have never been so delighted as this morning when...

When Paramount Pictures sued a production company over a crowd-funded fan film called "Axanar," Paramount asserted copyright over the Klingon language. On behalf of the Language Creation Society, Randazza Legal Group filed a pro bono amicus brief in the case, arguing that languages are not subject to copyright. The brief states: "Given...

Last year, Dan Bilzerian sued the Dirty World for publishing a story about a woman who alleged Bilzerian gave her an STD. The media news website TMZ posted an article about the lawsuit, and Bilzerian immediately amended his initial complaint to include TMZ as a defendant, alleging TMZ's article was false and defamatory. Randazza...