by Tamera H. Bennett
August 8, 2007

Robert Tur, the cameraman and copyright owner that filed the first lawsuit against YouTube for copyright infringement, will dismiss his case in California against YouTube and join forces with the Football Association Primer League and the Bourne Company to battle YouTube in district court in New York.

Additional plaintiffs to join the class action include the National Music Publisher’s Association, Finnish Football League Association, the U.K.’s Rugby Football League, X-Ray Dog Music, Knockout Entertainment Limited, and Seminole Warriors Boxing.

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Tamera Bennett, nicknamed by her clients as the IP quarterback, develops strategies to protect and leverage each client's intellectual property. She works closely with her clients to implement customized brand management programs. Her clients range from rock star to leadership coach and financial guru to custom motorcycle designer. Prepared with an undergraduate degree in Recording Industry Studies and a law degree from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, Tamera represents clients throughout Texas and Tennessee in entertainment, trademark and copyright law related matters View all posts by ipandentertainmentlaw


  • Mitch M

    I read your blog from time to time, and each time I am amazed at the different news bits that you have picked up to comment on.

    Along those same lines, I was curious as to your knowledge about the Facebook source code leak and the subsequent number of posters getting cease and desist letters.

    I know so little about whether or not the source code for popular websites such as Facebook is fully considered the private property of its creators. In this case it seems to be ‘front-end’ code and not the secret nuts and bolts of what goes on behind the scenes.

    Is there any differentiation?

    I’d be very interested to see your thoughts either on this blog or by e-mail. Thank you.


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