John Steinbeck passed away in 1968, leaving behind heirs who have repeatedly gone to court to advance their interests in works that should’ve been in
I have hundreds of books I will never read again, and some I never read in the first place. For the ones printed on traditional
John Steinbeck passed away in 1968, leaving behind a litigious set of heirs who have fought over the right to control his literary work for
Recently, Moppet Books, led by Frederik Colting and Melissa Medina, launched a series of so-called “learning guides” for children based on classic novels for adults.
Dr. Seuss Enterprises doesn’t want ComicMix LLC to publish Oh, The Places You’ll Boldly Go!, which borrows elements from Dr. Seuss’s iconic children’s books without
Remember when Arthur Conan Doyle’s heirs lost their “quixotic” quest to control Sherlock Holmes for 135 years in Klinger v. Conan Doyle Estate? Now the