By: Dan Nelson and Kevin McCulloch, Nelson & McCulloch LLP
A growing number of license agreements issued by professional photographers include, among their various terms and conditions, a curious provision requiring that disputes arising from those agreements are subject to arbitration. This unfortunate trend appears to be the result of form language recommended by various trade [...]
APA attorneys, Nelson & McCulloch, represent APA member Norbert Wu on claims accusing publisher Pearson Education Inc. of filling its textbooks with photographs it has not properly licensed. Read about it in the following article by Abigail Rubenstein for Portfolio Media, Inc.
by Dan Nelson and Kevin P. McCulloch, Nelson & McCulloch LLP
Many stock photography professionals remain largely unaware of the widespread and institutionalized practice of copyright infringement that plagues the textbook licensing industry. The dual purpose of this article is to provide a brief introduction to this phenomenon and, in doing so, to help alert [...]
APA has distributed three statements on the effort to improve contributor agreements with stock agencies. The current efforts are on Getty Images’ recent agreements that gave a deadline for contributor signatures. APA has retained the legal firm of Nelson & McCulloch LLP to advise on this effort. You may read the [...]
APA Retains Nelson & McCulloch LLP
April 2011 – In this complex and constantly evolving industry, it is essential to have someone in your corner who can help you stay ahead of the game. To that end, American Photographic Artists (APA) is proud to announce that it has retained Nelson & McCulloch LLP, a [...]