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Greene & Greene is a long established firm of solicitors based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Our lawyers advise individuals and businesses based all over the UK.

We regularly attract new clients who have been using firms in London, but now receive a more cost efficient and more personal service from us here in Bury St Edmunds.

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Tuesday
May082012

Copyright: Here's Looking At You!

We all have them but did you know that photographs can generate copyright and usage disputes?

Michael Batty has just concluded two cases involving photographs. In the first case he negotiated a licensing fee for Clients who had been approached by a large American publisher wishing to use some of their photographs for free. In the second case he helped a photographer with copyright in various photographs enforce a usage agreement of relevance to the subject matter enabling the photographer to proceed with the publication of the photographs as part of a collection.