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August 21, 1993 | MONICA YANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Comics Robert Shimmel and Carol Siskind filed a $2.5-million lawsuit Thursday alleging that management at The Improv comedy club in Los Angeles recorded and distributed their material illegally. At the center of the lawsuit, filed in federal court, are two sets of six cassette recordings, "Live From the Improv: The Comedy Club Series" and the adult-rated "Comedy After Hours," distributed by The Improv and Atlanta-based Score Productions for sale nationally at gas stations and truck stops.
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August 21, 1993 | MONICA YANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Comics Robert Shimmel and Carol Siskind filed a $2.5-million lawsuit Thursday alleging that management at The Improv comedy club in Los Angeles recorded and distributed their material illegally. At the center of the lawsuit, filed in federal court, are two sets of six cassette recordings, "Live From the Improv: The Comedy Club Series" and the adult-rated "Comedy After Hours," distributed by The Improv and Atlanta-based Score Productions for sale nationally at gas stations and truck stops.
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