This week we examine the conclusion of three previously reported cases.
This week's post provides updates to previously reported cases.
On June 24, 2020, we reported on a lawsuit in which True Nature Education, an educational travel company, was accused of using a photo (see page six for alleged infringed photo) without the permission of the original photographer . On December 3, 2020, both parties notified the courts that a settlement had been reached, thus ending the lawsuit. Details of the settlement have not been made public.
In our July 13, 2020, post, we wrote about a lawsuit filed between music publisher, Yesh Music ("Yesh") and Tufts University ("Tufts"). In its complaint, Yesh accused Tufts of using its song “Anything You Synthesize,” in one of Tuft's now-removed YouTube video. As an update, both parties stipulated to end the lawsuit and on October 1, 2020, a Notice of Voluntary Dismissal was filed.
Our last update comes from our November 23, 2020, post in which we posted about a legal battle between two nursing education rivals in Kentucky. Health Education Center alleged that A Servant Heart Training Institution used and published "a significant portion of copyrighted material from the website of Plaintiff.” Both parties filed a stipulation to dismiss, and on March 4, 2021, the courts issued an Order Of Dismissal without Prejudice. Like our other cases, details on the agreement are not publicly known.