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Cinemark USA, Inc. v. Seest

... Cinemark's primary contention on appeal is that, under the totality of the circumstances, its transactions with film distributors for the use of motion picture film reels are not taxable events because they involve intangible, intellectual property rights rather than tangible personal ...


... The complaint defined "the Property" as "the software as well as [a website and associated domain names], the source code, the object code, all software documentation, [certain marketing materials] for which it ha[d] paid and the associated intellectual property rights." In their ...

MAKOTO USA, INC. v. Russell

... being stolen. Indeed, even in its appellate brief, plaintiff continues to maintain that its claims arise from defendants' "failure to transfer title to all of the intellectual property as represented in the parties' Asset Purchase Agreement.". ...