Jerry Seinfeld Drives Away With Victory In ‘Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee’ Lawsuit

  • Deadline
Jerry Seinfeld Drives Away With Victory In ‘Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee’ Lawsuit
Jerry Seinfeld must be feeling pretty buzzed this morning over a now-dead lawsuit about who came up with the idea for his Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee series, not that there’s anything wrong with that.

“Defendants argue that Plaintiffs copyright claims are time-barred,” U.S. District Judge Alison J. Nathan said Monday in an opinion and order in director Christian Charles’ copyright infringement action against the motoring funnyman. “The Court agrees,” the federal judge added, ending the dispute for good (read the order here).

Copyright civil cases have a three-year window within the statute for a suit to be brought forth with any chance of success once the official clock of notification or an issue of disagreement begins ticking.

Although he communicated with Seinfeld in 2017 around the time the series inked a deal with Netflix and moved to the streamer from Crackle, Charles did not first take the Comedians
See full article at Deadline »

Similar News


Recently Viewed