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When Atlanta filmmaker-turned-plaintiff Raymond Pirtle Jr. filed a copyright infringement suit against California-based Netflix Inc. in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, he opted to represent himself. But that pitted him against seasoned attorneys, representing a corporate giant in a case that has both sides claiming early incremental victories. Pirtle v. Netflix Inc., 1:2021cv02096.
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