'Kung Fu Panda' IP Suit Chicanery Unprecedented, Atty Says

By Brian Amaral (November 8, 2016, 6:14 PM EST) -- Jonathan Zavin, a Loeb & Loeb litigator and intellectual property attorney with decades of experience, had worked on hundreds of cases and often had fierce battles with his courtroom adversaries who didn't always color inside the lines, but never once did he contact criminal investigators.

Until he faced off against Jayme Gordon, he testified Tuesday at Gordon's fraud trial in Boston.

Gordon had claimed to be the true auteur behind "Kung Fu Panda," the blockbuster DreamWorks animation, but Zavin testified Monday and Tuesday that the company's legal team at Loeb & Loeb and Foley Hoag faced unprecedented roadblocks, brazenly deleted evidence and...

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