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The estate of Sherlock Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has claimed that a novel and film adaptation centring on the character’s later years infringe its copyright and trademarks.
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Sherlock Holmes; US District Court for the District of New Mexico; Miramax; copyright; Conan Doyle Estate