In this Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010 file photo released by Starpix, actor Robert De Niro stands next to a painting executed by his father, Robert De Niro Sr., in New York. (AP Photo/Starpix, Dave Allocca, File)
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U.S. Supreme Court justices sparred on Tuesday over how to resolve a copyright dispute concerning an early screenplay for what became the iconic boxing movie "Raging Bull".The legal question is whether MGM can argue in its defense that Petrella, who sued in 2009, waited too long to assert her claim.Justice Antonin Scalia told Petrella's lawyer, Stephanos Bibas, that MGM had acted in good faith.MGM says it spent almost $8.5 million on the re-release.The case is Petrella v. MGM, U.S. Supreme Court, No. 12-1315 .
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