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Getty images (US), Inc. V Virtual...

Order Awarding Statutory Damages and Entering Permanent Injunction

The court ordered default judgment against Defendants Kendra and Ryan Camp (“the Camps”) on January 31, 2014, and awarded Plaintiff Getty Images (US), Inc. (“Getty”) $21,433.00 in actual damages under 17 U.S.C. § 504(b) and…more

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GETTY IMAGES (US), INC v F.H.L....

Complaint for Damages

Plaintiff, Getty Images brings this action to recover damages resulting from copyright infringements by Defendant, F.H.L. Logistics, Inc. (“F.H.L. Logistics”) of a photographic image exclusively licensed to Getty Images…more

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GETTY IMAGES (US), INC v X5 STUDIOS,...

Complaint for Damages

Plaintiff, Getty Images brings this action to recover damages resulting from copyright infringements by Defendant, X5 STUDIOS, INC. (“X5 Studios”) of a photographic image exclusively licensed to Getty Images. Defendant, X5…more

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GETTY IMAGES (US), INC v GESTALT...

Complaint for Damages

Plaintiff Getty Images brings this action to recover damages resulting from copyright infringements by Defendant Gestalt Ventures, Inc., dlb/a Elemental Consulting ("Elemental Consulting") of a photographic image exclusively…more

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Matthew Chan v Linda Ellis

Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia Order

Matthew Chan filed this appeal from a stalking permanent protective order entered against him. He now asks that we transfer the case to the Supreme Court because one of the issues on appeal will be whether the trial court’s…more

| Civil Procedure, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, Privacy
Matthew Chan v Linda Ellis

Brief of Amicus Curiae Timothy B. McCormack

Pursuant to Rule 26, Mr. Timothy B. McCormack hereby submits this Brief of Amicus Curiae in support of Appellee Linda Ellis (“Ellis”). Mr. McCormack is an attorney licensed in the State of Washington and other state and…more

| Civil Procedure, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, Privacy
Matthew Chan v Linda Ellis

Brief of Appellee Linda Ellis

Appellee Linda Ellis (hereafter, “Appellee”, “Linda Ellis”, or “Ms. Ellis”) respectfully responds to the Brief of Appellant (hereafter, “Appellant” or “Chan”) appealing the Stalking Permanent Protective Order issued pursuant to…more

| Civil Procedure, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, Privacy
GETTY IMAGES (US), INC., VIRTUAL...

Order Denying Motion to Dismiss

Before the court is Defendants Kendra and Ryan Camp’s (“the Camps”) motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction and improper venue. (Mot. (Dkt. # 15).) The Camps argue that they do not have sufficient contacts with the…more

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Key West Association of Realtors, Inc....

Final Judgment of Damages and Injunctive Relief

A federal district court in Florida awarded $2.7 million to the Key West Association of REALTORS in its copyright infringement claim against Robert Allen…more

| Intellectual Property
Getty Images (US), Inc V. The Herzog...

Consent Judgment

The Court, having considered the Stipulated Motion for Consent Judgment (Doc. 11) filed by plaintiff Getty Images (US), Inc. (“Getty Images”) and defendant The Herzog Law Firm, P.C. (“Herzog”), hereby enters the following: 1…more

| Intellectual Property
Getty Images (US), Inc., a New York...

Final Judgment and Order of Dismissal with Prejudice

The Court, having considered the Stipulated Motion for Consent Judgment filed by plaintiff Getty Images (US), Inc. (“Getty Images”) and defendant The Herzog Law Firm, P.C. (“Herzog”), hereby enters the following Final Judgment…more

| Intellectual Property
Getty Images (US), Inc., a New York...

Stipulated Motion for Consent Judgment

Plaintiff Getty Images (US), Inc. (“Getty Images”) and defendant The Herzog Law Firm, P.C. (“Herzog”) hereby stipulate and request entry of judgment as follows: 1. Getty Images has produced a valid and proper Certificate of…more

| Intellectual Property
Canal Street Films, Inc. v Does 1- 104

Defendant 61 Motion to Quash Subpoenas and Dismiss

Defendant Doe 61 requests any and all of the following relief 1. The Court should allow each individual Doe to proceed anonymously. 2. This case should be severed and all but the first Doe Defendant should be dismissed for…more

| Communications & Media Law, Intellectual Property

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