UPDATE:  We've re-filed the case in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. You can find the updated complaint here, and the exhibits here.

Bay Oak Law and Haims Valentino LLP have filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against artist Sarah Morris, who used the crease patterns of at least six different origami artists. She did so without attribution or licenses.

The plaintiffs are Robert Lang, Manuel Sirgo Alvarez, Noboru Miyajima, Nicola BandoniToshikazu Kawasaki, and Jason Ku -- some of the most renowned origami artists in the world today. Click here for Robert Lang's take on the case.