How to Use the DMCA to Squelch Consumer Criticism

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Gregory A. Beck
Public Citizen Litigation Group
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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

How to Use the DMCA to Squelch Consumer Criticism

by Greg Beck

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FARRELL v. CONCEPT BUILDERS, INC.
2009 OK CIV APP 34
Case Number: 106047
Decided: 01/09/2009
Mandate Issued: 04/02/2009
DIVISION I
THE COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA, DIVISION I
Cite as: 2009 OK CIV APP 34, __ P.3d __

MATTHEW YOUNG FARRELL and MICHELLE LYNN FARRELL, Plaintiffs/Appellees,
v.
CONCEPT BUILDERS, INC., Defendant/Appellant.

APPEAL FROM THE DISTRICT COURT OF TULSA COUNTY, OKLAHOMA

HONORABLE JEFFERSON D. SELLERS, JUDGE

AFFIRMED
Jonathan C. Neff, Timothy E. Houchin, JONATHAN NEFF, P.C., Tulsa, Oklahoma, for Plaintiffs/Appellees,

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