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The Osho International Foundation had sued in November based on the alleged use of its materials in the film without permission, calling the film “little more than a repackaging of content purloined from other authors and filmmakers.”
The court docketed Osho’s motion to dismiss the case with prejudice Wednesday. Doniger/Burroughs, the firm that represents Osho, told Bloomberg Law Thursday that the case has been resolved.
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