Thompson Coburn’s newest blog will train its “lens” on an increasingly active area of intellectual property law: copyright claims involving photographs. The new blog, In Focus: The Photo Copyright Blog, designed for both photographers and users of photographs, will describe recent photo copyright cases and developments.
Photo copyright cases have exploded in recent years, for various reasons:
In Focus will cover a range of copyright issues related to photographs. Many of its posts use a roll-over image format that allow readers to compare the original copyrighted image with reproductions or alterations of the image, and thereby judge for themselves the images’ similarities and dissimilarities.
The authors, Mark Sableman, Michael Parks, Mike Nepple, and Justin Mulligan, will draw on Thompson Coburn’s extensive experience in the photography copyright space, including:
The lawyers in Thompson Coburn’s copyright practice, recognized by U.S. News and World Report and Best Lawyers as the 2016 Copyright Law Firm of the Year (by BL Rankings), also handle copyright claims arising from other media, including books, articles, movies, music, software, artwork, websites, and architectural drawings.
Recent In Focus posts:
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