Yellow Pages Publisher Breached License, Photo Agency Says

Law360, New York (April 19, 2013, 3:48 PM EDT) -- Yellow Pages Photos Inc. on Thursday asked a Delaware bankruptcy judge to allow the photo licensing agency to subpoena documents from bankrupt yellow pages publisher SuperMedia LLC, saying it is seeking evidence of a purported breach of its licensing agreement with the debtor.

Florida-based Yellow Pages Photo contends that SuperMedia has broken the accord granting it leave to use the photo agency’s copyrighted pictures by allowing more than 600 authorized users access to the images and allowing the transfer of the pictures to third-party subcontractors, and...
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