Peter Pan Case Is Finally Served

Somma v. GOSH is a case about defending the rights of authors to write new stories about characters in the public domain, like Peter Pan. While waiting for service under the Hague Convention to be completed, we served Defendant, located in London, via International Federal Express on November 17 and filed a declaration concerning service with the Court, explaining exactly what we did.
Today I received an e-mail from the Court stating that the Defendant has been served and the Answer is due December 8. We have a case management conference scheduled for January 14, 2004.

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