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Videographer Of Waves Hitting Sanibel Island Sues Scripps But Case Dismissed Without Prejudice

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 16 – Victoria Mancha let Scripps Media use her video of waves hitting a hotel on Sanibel Island, Florida - but sued when they put it on their website(s). 

 On November 16, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge John G. Koeltl held an oral argument. Inner City Press covered it. 

 Judge Koeltl asked questions and concluded that the only question was the scope of the license Mancha had given.

 He decided in an oral order to dismiss the complaint without prejudice to it being refiled as an amended complaint. 

He also denied Scripps' request for attorneys fees, saying award in this case - involving Richard Liebowitz, a repeat player - would not further the goals of the copyright statute.

 The case is Mancha v. Scripps Media, Inc., 19-cv-9179 (Koeltl)


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