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Paul Mayall

Ignored by possible infringer, what to do

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For the past 4 weeks i have been chasing a possible infringement of 1 of my images,  the infringer in the U.K. answered my 1st mail within 2 days  asking for more details of which i then gave url screenshot e.t.c.,  since then they will not reply,  what can i do, i gave them a deadline stating that i will pass it on to others,  the deadline has now come and gone.

 

My problem is that the image may have been licensed legally,  the last thing i need is to pay a lawyer to find this out,  how would you go about it?

 

Thanks to all,

 

Paul.

Edited by Paul Mayall

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Surely you can ask all your outlets whether they have licensed the image to that user?

If not then you can go to IPEC small claims in London but you would need a UK address.

Edited by spacecadet

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Yes Philippe i am a member of Bildkunst, and fully paid member of Verdi,  not sure if they can help with a UK infringment but it won't hurt to ask,  but 1st i must be sure that the image in question has not been licensed, just waiting on a couple of partners to respond.

 

Thanks,

 

Paul.

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Thank you Phillipe,  ( "Dear Huppeldepup, I noticed one of my pictures (which you find as attachment) on your webpage www...............com (see screenshot). Could you please tell me where you bought the reproduction rights because I cannot trace any invoice regarding such a sale, not by me directly, nor by any of my agents." )   i may use this or something like it.

 

Cheers,

 

Paul.

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