"A group of linguists is boldly going where no one has gone before. In a legal brief peppered with idioms written in the original Klingon, the Language Creation Society — a California nonprofit devoted to supporting "constructed languages" — is trying to convince a court that the alien language from "Star Trek" is a real, "living" form of communication. The made-up language is at the heart of a big copyright case involving CBS and Paramount, which own the rights to the "Star Trek" franchise, and a group of filmmakers who are trying to produce their own, original "Star Trek" film. If the studios win the fight, it would deal a major blow to the crowdfunded movie and to subsequent fan creations."
Saturday, April 30, 2016
Behold, a legal brief written in Klingon; Washington Post, 4/29/16
Brian Fung, Washington Post; Behold, a legal brief written in Klingon: