‘Disney' Files Lawsuits To Retain Rights Of ‘Marvel' Characters
Millennium Post Delhi|September 27, 2021
Daniel Petrocelli filed complaints on Disney’s behalf in federal courts

Moving to defend its ‘Marvel’ superhero franchises, the ‘Walt Disney Co.’ recently filed a flurry of lawsuits seeking to invalidate copyright termination notices served by artists and illustrators involved with marquee characters like ‘Iron Man’, ‘Spider-Man’ and ‘Thor’.

Daniel M Petrocelli, a highpowered Los Angeles litigator, filed the complaints on Disney’s behalf in federal courts in New York and California.

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