Daniel Moore Wants a Bigger Win
Daniel Moore, the artist who was sued by the University of Alabama for including trademarks in his paintings, has appealed his partial win. See my November 3, 2009 blog for more information. While the appeal was first rejected for a technical filing error (the joys of practicing law), the 11th Circuit now has decided let Moore’s appeal proceed. Mr. Moore wants the right to use his paintings for “mini-prints, mugs, cups, calendars, flags, towels, T-shirts” in addition to his fine art uses. The University of Alabama also has filed an appeal of the ruling trying to get the fine art uses eliminated. So the battle continues.Check Photo Attorney on Lynda.com, in the Lynda.com Article Center, and on Twitter!