Judge Slams Photographer For Bogus Copyright Lawsuit: Says Use Some Common Sense, Points Out ‘Utter Lack Of Similarity’

In this case, the dictates of good eyes and common sense lead inexorably to the conclusion that there is no substantial similarity between Plaintiff’s works and the allegedly infringing compositions of McGinley. Although the Court declines to conduct an exhaustive inventory of the 150 allegedly infringing images, a representative sample illustrates and confirms this result.

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