Da Vinci Court Case Rejected13 November 2006
Da Vinci Court Case Rejected
LEWIS PERDUE was seeking $150 million (GBP83 million) in damages, insisting his 2000 book DAUGHTER OF GOD forms the basis of Brown's hit novel-turned-movie.
But justices in Washington refused to review a ruling by a US appeals court in New York that the two books are not substantially similar and that Brown's suspense novel does not infringe on the other book's copyright.
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