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‘Recoloring’ Tattoo Designs Is Copyright Violation (access required)

A licensee of tattoo designs infringed plaintiff designer’s copyright, both before and after termination of the license for nonpayment of royalties, by changing the colors of the designs the licensee posted on its own website, and a Norfolk U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to plaintiff designer on its copyright claim and on its contract ...

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