Liebowitz Law Firm, PLLC Represents Rock and Roll Photographer Against Playboy

Music photographer James Fortune sues the adult magazine for using his copyrighted photo of Beatles singer Paul McCartney, on Playboy’s website, without permission. By TMZ. [...]

Liebowitz Law Firm, PLLC Represents Photographers Against Media Outlet Copyright Infringements

New York City photographers Bruce Cotler and Theodore Parisienne fight copyright violations committed by Univision Communications Inc. and Emmis Communications Corp., respectively, on the [...]

Liebowitz Law Firm, PLLC Represents Los Angeles Photographer in $150,000 Copyright Suit Against CBS Radio

Photographer Josh J. Withers sues the broadcasting giant for infringing on his copyrighted photo of a concert performed by heavy-metal band Metallica, in an online article published by [...]

Wisconsin Photographer Wins $25,000 in Copyright Suit

Jennifer Rondinelli Reilly is awarded statutory damages, to be paid by event ticketing platform CHARGED.fm, after the business lifted Reilly’s copyrighted concert photo and removed her [...]

Dr. Seuss Sues ComicMix for Copyright Infringement

The rights holder of the classic children’s book series files suit against a comic book website, for replicating and marketing original Dr. Seuss content for a comic strip, without [...]

Artist Sues Sony for Copyright Infringement

Mexican artist Humberto Puentes-Segura, creator of restaurant logo for former AMC drama series ‘Breaking Bad,’ sues Sony for selling merchandise featuring Puentes-Segura’s [...]

Warner Bros. Wins Appeal of Copyright Victory Against Product Infringers

The end of the entertainment giant’s 10-year legal battle against peddlers of “The Wizard of Oz,” “Gone With the Wind,” and other classic film merchandise, affirms [...]

Federal Court Rules that Server Service Must Release Domain Name Owner Information

U.S. judge orders Cloudfare to release information about website operators believed to be committing piracy and copyright infringement. By Ernesto.  TorrentFreak. [...]