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Posted on: Oct 16, 2014

By Eric Lamb, SmithAmundsen LLC

A New Jersey woman sued Disney for $250 million claiming its box office hit Frozen was taken from her life story and infringed her two memoirs. In case you don’t have a young daughter, Frozen tells the story of a princess with cryokinetic powers who inadvertently puts the kingdom under a deep freeze and brings a snowman to life. Does Disney stand a chance of getting frostbitten by her claims? Take a look at this article for some commentary on the alleged similarities between the memoirs and Disney’s blockbuster.

This post was written by Eric Lamb, SmithAmundsen LLC. If you would like to submit content or write an article for the Intellectual Property Section page, please email Mary Kay Price at mprice@indybar.org.

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