Holiday Public Relations & Events, LLC et al v. The Edgartown Library Foundation, Inc. et al

Filing 2

REPORT on the filing/termination of copyright case Report on the Filing of an Action Regarding a Copyright. (Wolf, Douglas)

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AO 121 (6/90) TO: REPORT ON THE FILING OR DETERMINATION OF AN ACTION OR APPEAL REGARDING A COPYRIGHT Register of Copyrights Copyright Office Library of Congress Washington, D.C. 20559 In compliance with the provisions of 17 U.S.C. 508, you are hereby advised that a court action or appeal has been filed on the following copyright(s): ✔ G ACTION DOCKET NO. G APPEAL DATE FILED COURT NAME AND LOCATION United States District Court District of Massachusetts 12/2/2011 11-CV-12136 PLAINTIFF DEFENDANT Holiday Public Relations & Events, LLC COPYRIGHT REGISTRATION NO. 1 VA0001772009 The Edgartown Library Foundation, Inc., Susan Cahoon, Anne Vose, Heather Cohan, Melissa Aldeborgh TITLE OF WORK AUTHOR OR WORK Frankly We Love Our Library Holiday Public Relations & Events, 2 3 4 5 In the above-entitled case, the following copyright(s) have been included: DATE INCLUDED INCLUDED BY G Amendment COPYRIGHT REGISTRATION NO. G Answer G Cross Bill TITLE OF WORK G Other Pleading AUTHOR OF WORK 1 2 3 . In the above-entitled case, a final decision was rendered on the date entered below. A copy of the order or judgment together with the written opinion, if any, of the court is attached. COPY ATTACHED WRITTEN OPINION ATTACHED G Order G Judgment CLERK G Yes G No (BY) DEPUTY CLERK 1) Upon initiation of action, mail copy to Register of Copyrights DATE 2) Upon filing of document adding copyright(s), mail copy to Register of Copyrights DISTRIBUTION: 4) In the event of an appeal, forward copy to Appellate Court DATE RENDERED 5) Case File Copy 3) Upon termination of action, mail copy to Register of Copyrights

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