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National Crime Museum Called a Deadbeat

MANHATTAN (CN) - Corbis Corp. claims the National Museum of Crime and Punishment in Washington, D.C., is displaying at hundreds of photos in violation of copyright. Corbis says the museum agreed to pay $139,600 for rights to 705 images, but has not paid Dime One.

Corbis says it terminated the museum's license, but it continues to use the images.

Corbis demands $1.4 million in its federal complaint.

Corbis is represented by Marc Reiner with Dorsey & Whitney.

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