March 28th 2007 1 Comment Share Email Twitter Google+ Facebook LinkedIn Posted in: Substantive Law Court of Appeal Rejects Da Vinci Code Plagiarism Appeal by Simon Chester More posts by Simon » This is just a footnote to our former thread, but the Court of Appeal's judgment is now available in full. The preposterous claims about copyright in ideas have now been rejected. Retweet information » « Previous: A … of Baby Lawyers/articling/law Students Next: Which Law Is Most in Need of Reform? » Comments David Cheifetz March 28th, 2007 at 8:24 pm There's a discussion of the case in Scrivener's Error, a US blog about law and publishing. The article is worth reading. The URL is http://scrivenerserror.blogspot.com/2007/03/dan-browns-body.html and the author discusses the analogous US law. The blog http://scrivenerserror.blogspot.com/ is worth following for those interested in the subject. "The blog's description is "Law and reality in publishing — seldom the same thing — from the author's side of the slush pile, with occasional forays into military affairs, censorship and the First Amendment, legal theory, and anything else that strikes me as interesting."