A photographer known for shooting pictures of the region’s most luxurious homes is suing the son of golf great Jack Nicklaus, claiming Mike Nicklaus and his Golden Bear Realty used his photos without paying for them.
Affordable Aerial Photography (AAP), a company owned by respected photographer Robert Stevens, filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court this year. The lawsuit alleges copyright infringement against Mike Nicklaus and the North Palm Beach real estate firm, which handles many high-end home sales. It also alleges AAP’s copyright management information was removed by the defendants.
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Alexandra Clough writes about the economy, real estate and the law.