The 9th circuit court of appeal has ruled in favor of Warner Bros. studio in their lawsuit against the estates of Superman co-creators Jerry Spiegel and Joe Shuster.
In a statement, Warner bros. said, "We are obviously very pleased with the court's decision."
This ruling should close this case after a decade-long battle that began in 2003 when Shuster heir, Mark Peary, filed a copyright termination notice that led to these proceedings.
Warner Bros. Wins Final Element of 'Superman' Copyright Case
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