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COMPLAINT Civil Action No. ________________

Name of Court:

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY

Title of Action:

Everett Adam Jackson

Plaintiff

vs.

Cory A. Booker, Lisa Durden, Marc Benjamin, Marc Levin, Forest Whitaker, Evan Shapiro, Sundance Channel, Ed Carroll, Rainbow Media Holdings LLC, James Dolan, Cablevision Systems Corporation

PARTIES

Plaintiff:

Everett Adam Jackson Newark, NJ 07106

Defendants:

Cory A. Booker Newark City Hall 920 Broad Street Room 200 Newark, NJ 07102

Lisa Durden PO Box 4238 Newark, NJ 07114, c/o Sundance Channel 11 Penn Plaza, New York, NY USA 10001

Marc Benjamin Benjamin Productions, Inc. 60 East 8th Street Apt. 30N New York, NY 10003

Marc Levin c/o Sundance Channel 11 Penn Plaza, New York, NY USA 10001

Forest Whitaker c/o Sundance Channel 11 Penn Plaza, New York, NY USA 10001

Evan Shapiro, Sundance Channel 11 Penn Plaza, New York, NY USA 10001

Ed Carroll, Rainbow Media 11 Penn Plaza, New York, NY USA 10001

James Dolan, Cablevision Systems Corporation 1111 Stewart Avenue Bethpage, NY 11714

JURISDICTION

The United States District Court, District of New Jersey holds jurisdiction over U.S. Copyright Law in this lawsuit.

CAUSE OF ACTION

Everett Adam Jackson, Plaintiff, is author of the book Brick City and owns the oldest  and original copyright among all entities titled Brick City. The above named defendants violated that copyright by adapting the particular manner of expression in that book, without the author’s permission, in their movie Brick City.

DEMAND

I demand judgment to relieve loss of profits and repair multiple damages caused by the infringement, in the amount of $21,325,828.

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Plaintiff

Read Adam’s Main Evidence

Read the copyright statutes that apply

Read about the Brick City Lawsuit

Read Adam’s Demand for Jury Trial

Read about false information being circulated

Read Adam’s Response in Opposition to Dismissal

Read Adam’s Appeal

Read Adam’s Petition for Rehearing

Read Adam’s Petition to the U.S. Supreme Court

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