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California Court of Appeal

Serova v. Sony Music Entertainment, 280526

Held that a fan of the singer Michael Jackson could not proceed with her proposed class action lawsuit against an entertainment company and others for releasing a posthumous album that allegedly contained three fake tracks not actually sung by the popular singer. The defendants, who filed an anti-SLAPP motion, contended that the claims against them must be stricken. Agreeing with them, the California Second Appellate District reversed the trial court's denial of the anti-SLAPP motion in relevant part.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2018/08/28


  • Lui


  • California Court of Appeal


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