Saturday, September 26, 2020
 

In heavy metal guitar copyright case, what triggers statute of limitations?

“Dean from Hell” guitar with design.

“Webster [the graphic artist] knew the guitars were being made in 2005. That’s when he could’ve sued but he waited over a decade… Webster wanted royalties for the graphic but never got paid. That also could have triggered the claim’s statute of limitations.”

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