• Posts Tagged ‘Korean War Memorial’

    A Postscript on Damages

    by  • April 27, 2011 • copyright

    Photo by Kevin Burkett. Licensed under CC-BY-SA 2.0 Frank Gaylord was the artist who created the figures that are part of the Korean War Veterans Memorial. A photograph of the figures in the snow was used on a postage stamp.  In 2006 Frank Gaylord sued in the Court of Claims, lost, appealed, and then...

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    It Should Be In the Public Domain

    by  • February 28, 2010 • copyright

    Artist Frank Gaylord created the bronze figures that are part of the Korean War Veterans Memorial.  He sued the U.S. Postal Service when a photo of the sculptures was used on a stamp. In take one, the Court of Claims split the baby, deciding that the photo was a fair use of the sculpture, but...

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    It All Looks So Different In the Snow

    by  • December 27, 2008 • copyright

    It’s a fairly sure bet that when the government is sued for infringement of intellectual property, the government will win. In Gaylord v. U.S., the Postal Service was accused of infringing the copyright in the statues of soldiers that are part of the Korean War Veterans Memorial, by using them on a stamp. The...

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