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RON TOMA v. MOTLEY CRUE, INC.
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS (CHICAGO)
If you as a business are going to use images or content generated by third parties make sure that you have an exclusive or non-exclusive license, or the ownership of the material, before publishing it online.
Plaintiff is the owner of certain images of the band Motley Crue and the Defendants have been sued for allegedly publishing the copyrighted images on the Internet without licensing the right to do so.
Plaintiff alleges copyright infringement and breach of contract. Plaintiff’s prayer for relief requests for Defendant to be enjoined from engaging in any further unauthorized infringement, to account for and pay for damages, attorneys’ fees, statutory damages and any other just relief. Traverse Internet Law Cross Reference Number 1525.