RIAG Files Lawsuit against BBC and Sugar Films For Infringing Copyrights In The Cosby Show

On Friday November 2, we filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against BBC and Sugar Films for using copyrighted video clips and music cues from The Cosby Show in a program entitled Bill Cosby – Fall of an American Icon, which was produced by Sugar Films and broadcast by the BBC in June-July 2017.

See http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/cosby-show-producer-sues-bbc-using-clips-bill-cosby-doc-1055167


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