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Constitutional Law

Talking Isn’t Stalking: Reach and Implications of Georgia Stalking Case

This is Part 2 of 2 about the Georgia Supreme Court’s Decision in Chan v. Ellis. I wrote about how the case got to the Supreme Court of Georgia earlier this week: https://www.courtroomstrategy.com/2015/03/georgia-supreme-court-rules-that-internet-posts-about-someone-dont-constitute-stalking/ This part will discuss the decision and its implications on future stalking claims. In deciding unanimously that Georgia’s Anti-Stalking Statute was not […]

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Copyright Law

California Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Group Registration of Copyrights – Big Boon to Mass Photo Agencies

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a long-awaited decision in the case of Alaska Stock v. Houghton Mifflin that favors the “compilation” or “group” registration of digital images by large photo agencies. The decision, in its essence, states that provided the registrant owns the copyright in all of the images that make up the […]

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Copyright Law

Beware of Getty Bearing Gifs – No typo, Its a Pun

Disclaimer: For the last seven years or so I have been representing businesses large and small who have received demand letters from Getty Images over the unlicensed use of their stock photography. I have also represented many business who have recently been sued over a smattering of lawsuits Getty has filed around the country this […]