Cher wins dismissal of lawsuit over album cover font
A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit accusing Cher of using a typeface created by Brooklyn, New York, graphic designer for her 2013 album "Closer to the Truth" without permission.
Moshik Nadav had sought to hold Cher, her label Warner Bros Records and other defendants liable for having "copied the artistic elements" of his "Paris Logo" typography for the album, whose estimated sales worldwide top 500,000. U.S. District Judge Alvin Hellerstein in Manhattan granted Nadav's request to dismiss the copyright infringement case without prejudice, meaning it can be brought again.
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