CAN ANYONE USE PUBLIC DOMAIN IMAGES?

by Nancy Wolff, DMLA Counsel Answer: YES, there are no restrictions on any use of public domain images, including making them available to users for a fee. Since Carol Highsmith filed a claim in federal court last week against several DMLA members under Section 1202 of the Copyright Act based on images licensed by such […]

Sculptor granted royalties in Gaylord v. United States

by Nancy Wolff, PACA Counsel In the most recent ruling in Gaylord v. United States, the United States Court of Federal Claims determined the proper amount of damages due Frank Gaylord, (“Gaylord”) the sculptor who created “The Column” portion of the Korean War Memorial, from the United States Postal Service (USPS) for its unauthorized depiction […]