Shprintz, Janet
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/30/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 67, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Charles McCoy's dismissal of the Slesinger family's claims for additional royalties as a punishment for their 'egregious' and 'dishonest' misconduct in relation to the Winnie the Pooh case. Vindication of Disney's position; Pooh rights of the Slesinger family; Consideration of Disney's obligation to pay royalties to the Slesingers.


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