Memorabilia Dealer Barred From Using Sports Photogs' Work

Law360 (August 16, 2018, 10:28 PM EDT) -- A Wisconsin federal judge barred a memorabilia dealer from using photos from a pair of sports photographers in a wide-ranging copyright infringement lawsuit, telling the dealer that he must stop selling and destroy photos left in his possession.

U.S. District Judge James D. Peterson on Wednesday signed off on a joint bid to end a copyright suit against David Dewayne Thomason, after he agreed to stop selling photos taken by photographers Scott Boehm and David Stluka at Green Bay Packers and University of Wisconsin Badgers football games and other regional sporting events.

"Defendant shall be and hereby is permanently enjoined and...

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