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Toronto Copyright Lawyer, Gil Zvulony, recently spoke to Pat Bolland of Sun News about DC Entertainment’s refusal to allow the Superman logo to be displayed on a memorial statute of Jeffrey Baldwin.   Gil was critical of the decision to refuse and questioned the legal validity of preventing such usage.

(UPDATE: June 10, 2014 – DC Entertainment has changed its position and will now allow the Superman logo to be used on the Jeffrey Baldwin statue.)