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Appeal court revives reverse class-action suit by Voltage Pictures LLC

News | 09/09/2021 6:16 pm EDT
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A federal appeal court judge has revived a proposed reverse class-action suit by movie studio Voltage Pictures LLC looking to sue thousands of alleged Canadian copyright infringers in one go. 

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