NORTHLAND ART COMPANY CANADA INC., GEORGE TAMBURI, DANIEL TAMBURI AND SEMRAN TAMBURI.
"the Plaintiff's moral rights have been infringed in a number of significant ways that place her professional reputation (which is well documented) at severe risk. Particularly heinous in this regard is the Defendants' creation and use of the fictional persona (and biographical claims) of "Elizabeth Langdon" and its use in the sale and widespread marketing of poor quality versions of the "Work". This cannot help but pose a sever threat and have a detrimental impact upon the Plaintiffs well-established reputation as a creator of quality art works."
"In my view, in their infringing activities and in their conduct in these proceedings the Defendants have engaged in conduct that is deceitful, evasive and obstructive"