Friday, December 24, 2010

"A motion to dismiss should be denied if it is properly pled that these aren't Ansel Adams negatives . . ."

". . . But that's the only issue, and the fact that the case law apparently led the court to think that anything else mattered is evidence that our trademark and right of publicity doctrines have lost all connection to common sense."

Rebecca Tushnet on the recent district court decision in the Ansel Adams case.