First Circuit Affirms Preliminary Injunction in Copyright Case

by Lee Gesmer on April 13, 2009

Here is the First Circuit’s recent decision upholding a preliminary injunction in a copyright case  out of D. Puerto Rico.  The sole issue on appeal was the holding on substantial similarity.  The products were stuffed animals, specifically, frogs.  Or, more specifically, the Puerto Rican tree frog, the Coqui.   I’ve tried to find a picture of the defendant’s stuffed animal frog  with no luck.

Link: Coquico, Inc. v. Rodriguez-Miranda.

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