Photog Fights Quick Appeal After Embedded Tweet Ruling

Law360 (March 12, 2018, 7:55 PM EDT) -- A photographer who won a controversial copyright ruling last month against Time Inc. and other news outlets over embedded tweets is fighting their bid for an immediate appeal, saying "unhappiness" with the ruling is not enough for such "extraordinary relief."

Justin Goldman, who won the ruling last month over embedded tweets featuring his photo of NFL quarterback Tom Brady, says the media companies' request for an interlocutory appeal to the Second Circuit took "chutzpah in spades."

"We should not be surprised that such folks are not happy that a court has finally questioned that widespread copyright predation," Goldman wrote. "But, contrary...

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