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DAVID PAUL LARSON v. LEOPARD FILMS U.S.A., LLC
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK (FOLEY SQUARE)
Whenever you are licensing rights to use an image make sure you look at the specific terms. Sometimes there will be a limitation on the length of time you can use the image. In this case there are allegedly limitations relating to the medium in which the images can be used. You have to look to the terms of license to really figure out what you are getting when you pay to use images.
The Plaintiff is a professional photographer who licensed the right to use certain images to Defendant Leopard Films. The film company has allegedly used the images beyond the scope of the license agreement with the photographer.
Defendant is accused of copyright infringement and the Plaintiff is requesting actual damages, maximum statutory damages, prejudgment interest, and any other relief the Court may deem just and proper. Traverse Internet Law Cross-Reference Number 1471.