COURT SHOULD DISMISS ‘GOSPEL MUSIC’ SUIT, BROADCASTER ARGUES World Religious Relief v. Gospel Music Channel | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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COURT SHOULD DISMISS ‘GOSPEL MUSIC’ SUIT, BROADCASTER ARGUES World Religious Relief v. Gospel Music Channel

15 No. 3 ANIPLR 3Andrews Intellectual Property Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

COURT SHOULD DISMISS ‘GOSPEL MUSIC’ SUIT, BROADCASTER ARGUES World Religious Relief v. Gospel Music Channel

15 No. 3 ANIPLR 3Andrews Intellectual Property Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

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Andrews Intellectual Property Litigation Reporter
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COURT SHOULD DISMISS ‘GOSPEL MUSIC’ SUIT, BROADCASTER ARGUES

World Religious Relief v. Gospel Music Channel

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A Michigan federal court has no jurisdiction over a lawsuit challenging the Gospel Music Channel's claim of ownership of the phrase “gospel music,” the religious broadcaster says in a response brief.
World Religious Relief v. Gospel Music Channel, No....
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