Copyright Suit Over Second Life Terraforming Survives Summary Judgment, Then Settles — FireSabre v. Linden

27 01 2014

What happens when a virtual world designer sues for “unauthorized” use of a virtual “island?” In late September, a New York district court denied summary judgment and cleared the way for a full trial on a virtual world copyright infringement case. [Eric’s note: I’ve held onto this so long that the parties mooted the trial by apparently settling the case in mid-December].


Case Citation: FireSabre Consulting, LLC v. Linden Research, Inc., No. 11-CV-4719 (S.D.N.Y. Sept. 26, 2013)

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