Dancing tot prevails over UMG in YouTube fair use case

1 03 2010

The mother of a dancing toddler is dancing after winning a closely watched copyright case. US District Judge Jeremy Fogel granted partial summary judgment to Stephanie Lenz last week in her battle against Universal Music Group, putting a halt to Universal’s attempts to paint Lenz as having “bad faith” and “unclean hands” in her lawsuit. As a result, the doors have been opened for Lenz to collect attorneys’ fees in her case, though other damages aren’t likely to come Lenz’s way.

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