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Modern Dog Design vs. Target Corporation
Transcript of Modern Dog Design vs. Target Corporation
By: Bailey Manning
Seattle design firm Modern Dog utilized a series of sketches, of dogs, in their compendium put out by Chronicle Books in 2008. The firm alleges that illustrations from that design have been used in a T-shirt produced by Disney, but Target for sale, and Modern Dog filed a lawsuit in October of 2011.
Disney and Target were the ones that originally took the pictures from Modern Dog Company. In the end, Modern Dog Company got their justice, because Modern Dog was the 1st ones to create the pictures. Disney and Target used the pictures for sale, without giving any credit to Modern Dog. This gave Modern Dog the advantage, which led to them winning this case.
(Modern Dog Company)
The Copyright Infringement
(Disney and Target)