finding that the direct similarity of at least seven scenes in novels did not support finding of substantial similarity because "such a scattershot approach . . . fails to address the underlying issue: whether a lay observer would consider the works as a whole substantially similar to one another"Summary of this case from Blakeman v. Walt Disney Company
March 18, 1985, OCTOBER TERM 1984.
C.A. 9th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 736 F. 2d 1352.