Photographer sued Pat McGrath Cosmetics for copyright, then telephone hearing before Judge Nathan


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Photographer sued Pat McGrath Cosmetics for copyright, then telephone hearing before Judge Nathan

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY Courthouse, November 7 – Desiree Mattsson, a photographer, sued Pat McGrath Cosmetics LLC for stealing her photo.

On November 5, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, Judge Alison J. Nathan, held proceedings by telephone.

Inner City Press called and covered it.

The photograph in question is that of model Malin Kvande, with two large flies on his face. PMG used the photo on their Instagram, tagging Desiree but paying nothing.

Justice Nathan said fact finding ends on March 4, with a case management conference on March 11.

Judge Nathan’s coroner asked: Who just called?

Inner City Press, not a participant, goes muted.

But why is there no appeal line for Judge Nathan United States v. Maxwell
case a request
Inner City Press filed October 29, still not registered a week later?

This case is Mattsson v. Pat McGrath Cosmetics LLC et al., 21-cv-5187 (Nathan)

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