The Comics Journal blog has audio of the discussion between Steve Bissette “…founding faculty member of the Center for Cartoon Studies” and outspoken creator rights advocate, and Professor Oliver Goodenough, Professor of Law and Director of Scholarship at the Vermont Law School. “Marvel vs. Jack Kirby: Legal Rights and Ethical Might”.

I’m just going to quote from the comments, because I’m going to the other side of the planet and have no time to blog responsibly.

The key to the case was the attempt by Toberoff to show, that like Siegel and Shuster, Kirby brought characters to the publisher he created at home, by himself, with no understanding he would be paid.
That is why the judge said Marvel’s case “stands or falls on his (Lee’s) testimony.”

Countering this was the testimony of Lee who categorically said he alone created every single character and basic plot by himself, and then assigned the cartoonists to illustrate his concepts.

That is why the judge said Marvel’s case “stands or falls on his (Lee’s) testimony.”