Seeing a quick way to make a bunch of bucks, the paparazzi are suing celebrities to squeeze every penny out of these impromptu pictures. The photographers are armed with the long-standing rule that copyright law gives exclusive rights to the person behind the camera, not the subject of the photo. In a byline article in the Daily Journal, Goodwin partner Neel Chatterjee explores recent lawsuits of celebrities fighting back and wading into uncharted copyright waters. Read the article here.
Press Release August 14, 2019