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A $2.57 million judgment and permanent injunction is affirmed.

It might sound extraordinary, but a legal dispute over merchandise associated with The Wizard of Oz , Gone With the Wind and Tom and Jerry has been raging for more than a decade. On Tuesday, the 8thCircuit Court of Appeals revisited the dispute by affirming both a $2.57 million judgment and permanent injunction in favor of Warner Bros.

AVELA, Dave Grossman Creations, X One X Productions and Leo Valencia became the defendants in the lawsuit after they acquired restored versions of movie posters and lobby cards,extracted images of famous movie and cartoon characters and put them on shirts, lunch boxes, music box lids, playing cards and more.

When Warner Bros. sued for infringement of its intellectual property, the defendants asserted the publicity materials were distributedwithout copyright notices, and pointing to old law, argued these materials were therefore injected into the public domain. Thus, the defendants suggested, there was nothing improper with selling an image of, say, Rhett Butler next to his famous Gone With the Wind line, "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn."

In 2011, the 8th Circuit rejected this logic , writing at the time that "the scope of the film copyrights covers all visual depictions of the film characters at issue, except for any aspects of the characters that were injected into the public domain by the publicity materials."

In other words, the only thing that the defendants had freedom to do was to recreate nearly identical copies of themovie posters and lobby cards. To juxtapose images extracted from the publicity materials with phrases from the film or to create images in three dimensions went over the line as far as the federal appeals court was concerned.

The fight didn't end there.

The case then went back to a Missouri district court, which awarded statutory damages in the amount of $10,000 for each of the 257 copyrights at issue. Additionally, the judge issued an injunction prohibiting AVELA from licensing any images or phrases from the films or cartoons, with the exception of exact reproductions of publicity materials in the public domain.

On Tuesday, 8th Circuit judge Raymond Gruender writes the sequel.

Gruender rejects the argument that the statutory damages award violated AVELA'sSeventhAmendment due process rights by not submitting the question of damages to a jury. He decides that such a claim wasn't properly before the appeals court because AVELA failed to make jury demands throughout the litigation. The appellate judge also decides that the $2.57 million isn't disproportionate to the offense, finding rationality in the lower court's attempt to deter future infringement and provide sufficient restitution.

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Kansas City Eclipse Sips Festival,
Friday, August 18, 2017 - 9:00pm to 10:30pm
Jowler Creek Winery

Explore the comos and enjoy great wine at this fun and educational event led by Dan Johnson. Guests will explore the galaxies, search for planets, nebula, exploding stars and orbiting satellites. Event includes a wine tasting of the winery's eight wines while the sky darkens, followed by an informative presentation. Take turns looking through one of the largest privately-owned telescopes in the Midwest. Enjoy the great wine and amazing program in any weather - rain or shine.

Space is limited and pre-payment is required. Reserve your spot by calling (816) 858-5528 or visit www.kceclipseandsips.com

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Midday Mooning event
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Baltimore Bend Winery is in the direct line of the 2017 total solar eclipse. Join the winery from August 19 - 21 for a weekend to remember. The winery will open on August21 at 10 a.m. for Midday Mooning, a celebration of the eclipse. From live music and tours to a special Eclipse wine release, stop by for some fun. Enjoy a BBQ brisket lunch courtesy of Waverly Apple BBQ, viewing glasses, a commemorative Eclipse stemless wine glass and a wine tasting. Cost to attend Midday Mooning is $40/person. Reserve your space today.

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Saturday, August 19, 2017 - 12:00pm to Monday, August 21, 2017 - 12:00pm
Les Bourgeois Vineyards A-Frame

Celebrate the solar eclipse all weekend long at Les Bourgeois Vineyards. The winery will kick off the event on Saturday with a moonshine release from their Rocheport Distillery Co. along with cocktail samples, live music and extended menu options at the A-Frame. The fun continues all weekend ending with the total solar eclipse finale on Monday. After the eclipe, hang out and enjoy tunes and old-fashioned BBQ.

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, all of these problems contained an Einstellung move that resembled a familiar checkmate solution but which was modified such that checkmate was no longer possible. The Einstellung move was located inside a target region in one corner of the board (in Figure 1 the target region is indicated with a dotted line), and there was always an optimal move located outside of the target region.

Figure 1. The four experimental problems (1,2,3,4).

White is to move in all problems. As discussed in the text, each problem contained a familiar move (i.e., the Einstellung move) that was associated with a checkmate solution that was not possible due to the position of Black’s defenders. The Einstellung moves were always located within the target region (shown here with a dotted line). For problem 1, the Einstellung move was a reasonable move (i.e., Ba7), and for the remaining problems the Einstellung moves were blunders (i.e., Problem 2: Qg7; Problem 3: Qa7 or Qa8; Problem 4: Rg8 or Nf7). For all four problems, the optimal move on the board was located outside of the target region (i.e., Problem 1: Ng2; Problem 2: Na3; Problem 3: Rg5; Problem 4: Rb3). See Appendix S1 for further details.

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As described in Figure 1 and Appendix S1 , we examined two different types of problems. The first type of problem (see Problem 1 in Figure 1 ) closely resembled the problems used by [8] (Experiment 2), because the Einstellung move constituted a good move that was advantageous for white, although it was not as good as the optimal move. For this type of problem, we expected to replicate [7] and [8] by showing that many of the chess players would choose the Einstellung move, rather than the optimal move. Moreover, based on the findings of [7] , we expected that the chess players would have trouble disengaging their attention from the familiar solution, as shown by a high percentage of time spent fixating the target region containing the Einstellung move. In contrast, for the second type of problem, we examined a novel situation in which the Einstellung move was a blunder rather than a good move (see Problems 2, 3 and 4 in Figure 1 ). We expected that this change might reduce the magnitude of the Einstellung effect, such that chess players would be better able to select the optimal move, and to disengage their attention from the familiar solution. Thus, our rationale for including two different types of problems was to try to uncover boundary conditions that might modulate the strength of the Einstellung effect. In addition, we explored expert/novice differences in the magnitude of the Einstellung effect as reflected in the quality of the chosen moves and the degree to which looking behavior was biased towards the target region.

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