Posts Tagged ‘Pearson Education’

Robert Frerck on How to Track Down Copyright Infringements in Textbooks

Posted by on Monday September 8, 2014 | Copyright/Legal

After publishing our story about the dozens of lawsuits filed against textbook publishers for reproductions of photos that far exceed the limits of usage licenses, we heard from travel photographer Robert Frerck. He won a summary judgment in August on his copyright infringement claim against Pearson Education, and a settlement last May from McGraw-Hill on... More

Has a Textbook Publisher Trampled Your Copyrights? There’s a Solution for That.

Posted by on Thursday August 21, 2014 | Copyright/Legal

Photographers and stock photo agencies have filed dozens of lawsuits against textbook publishers in recent years, alleging reproductions of photos the far exceed the limits of usage licenses. Courts have ruled in favor of photographers in many of the cases. Robert Frerck, for instance, won summary judgment this month on his copyright claims against Pearson... More

Judge Refuses to Let Book Publisher Weasel Out of Copyright Lawsuit

Posted by on Thursday April 26, 2012 | Copyright/Legal

A federal court judge in Chicago has refused a textbook publisher’s request to dismiss a photographer’s claim of massive copyright infringement, saying Robert Frerck’s allegations that Pearson Education infringed about 4,000 of his photographs “are sufficient to put Pearson on notice.” The decision is likely to force the company to do what it has been... More