224 F.Supp. 101 (1963)

Martin Luther KING, Jr., Plaintiff, v. MISTER MAESTRO, INC., and 20th Century-Fox Record Corporation, Defendants.

United States District Court S. D. New York.

December 13, 1963.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Lubell, Lubell & Jones, New York City, for plaintiff.

M. Warren Troob, New York City, for defendant Mister Maestro, Inc.; Royall, Koegel & Rogers, New York City, for defendant 20th Century-Fox Record Corp.; Charles F. Young, Stanley Godofsky, David W. Bernstein, New York City, of counsel.

WYATT, District Judge.

Plaintiff moves for a preliminary injunction restraining defendants from selling phonograph records of a speech by him or from otherwise infringing the copyright claimed for the speech. The action is for a permanent injunction, damages and an accounting.

Plaintiff is a citizen of Georgia. Defendant 20th Century-Fox Record Corporation is apparently a New York corporation although the amended complaint, if deemed to refer to it, would...

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