Photographer Files Copyright Suit Against Houghton Mifflin

Pennsylvania photographer Michael A. Keller sues the textbook publishing giant, for allegedly breaching their licensing agreement and infringing on Keller’s copyrighted photographs. By [...]

Photographer Sues McGraw-Hill for Copyright Infringement

Pennsylvania photographer Michael A. Keller sues the textbook publishing giant for allegedly breaching a licensing agreement, and therefore infringing on Keller’s copyrighted photographs. [...]

Publicist and Videographer Sue PBS and Surrogacy Firm for Copyright Infringement

Publicist Wendy Wheaton and cameraman Tommy Phipps Sr. sue PBS and World of Surrogacy LLC for $2.55M in damages, after the surrogacy firm’s owner Crystal Travis allegedly used Wheaton and [...]

New York Times Sues Publisher for Infringing on its Covers

The newspaper sues independent publisher PowerHouse Books, and its CEO, for using 64 mini-images of the Times’s front cover, in the publisher’s book, “War is Beautiful.” [...]

Software Company Sued for Use of Copyrighted Tattoo Designs

Tattoo-design company sues software company for $1.1M for reproducing copyrighted tattoos on athletes in the video game NBA 2K16. By Eriq Gardner. The Hollywood Reporter. [...]