I'm not on the side of the Jackson estate here (i'm for as broad an interpretation of "fair use" as possible), but i do like them turning the table on Disney.
The complaint stresses that Disney is known for its strict copyright enforcement actions and a narrow view of copyright law's "fair use" doctrine.
"For example, just a few years ago, [Disney] sent DMCA takedown notices to Twitter, Facebook, and other websites and webhosts, when consumers posted pictures of new Star Wars toys that the consumers had legally purchased.
"Apparently, Disney claimed that simple amateur photographs of Star Wars characters in toy form infringed Disney's copyrights in the characters and were not a fair use," the state writes.
However, when the Estate urged Disney not to use any of its copyrighted works without permission, Disney's attorney used fair use as a defense. The company argued that it could legally use Jackson's copyrighted material since the broadcast was labeled as a documentary.