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Activision Trial Counsel Discusses Case About Video Game Character

Activision Blizzard and a trial team led by San Francisco-based Durie Tangri partner Daralyn Durie recently faced down a $400 million copyright suit in the Eastern District of Texas. In this Q&A, Durie talks about the strategy and the theatrics of the four-day trial.

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Activision Blizzard and a trial team led by San Francisco-based Durie Tangri partner Daralyn Durie recently faced down a $400 million copyright suit in the Eastern District of Texas. The suit was brought by a popular figure from World Wrestling Entertainment, Booker T. Huffman, who is also depicted in comic books as action hero “G.I. Bro.” Huffman v. Activision Publishing Inc., 2:19-cv-00050.

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