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September 11, 2017

Legalities of using quotations from published works that are in the public domain

Oh, you really want to use that cute quote to accompany one of your photographs? Or you’re looking to create a product for your studio or your e-commerce store? But can you just use any quote you like? Is it okay if you make sure you attribute the quote to the person who said it...
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Announcing: Australian Photography Contracts and Legal Consultant

TheLawTog -the legal resource for photographers- has primarily been focused and based on United States of America law..until now! We are pleased to introduce Anna Blanch Rabe as our International Photography Contracts and Legal Consultant.  Anna has expertise and knowledge for a variety of country’s laws.  Originally an Australian attorney, she now has expansive insight...
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