Friday, June 25, 2004

Legal brief: Wisconsin's Capital Times notes that the July issue of Corporate Legal Times will have a wrap-up of the Gaiman v. McFarlane legal battle:

"Gaiman's Madison attorney, Allen Arntsen, is quoted: 'What was critical is that the characters first came to life in (Gaiman's) mind and script. He described them in sufficient detail to give him a copyright interest in them.'"