Veteran Files Lawsuit Against Wal-Mart & Amazon For Sale Of Image In Combat Without Consent
Virtual press conference with Chicago attorney Craig D. Tobin on Thursday, Jan 14 at 11:00 am Central. Registration required
By: Tobin & Munoz
Nicholas Giovannelli is a decorated combat veteran, having served in the Airborne Infantry of the U.S Army, beginning in 2007, including multiple tours of duty in Afghanistan. He was honorably discharged for medical reasons in 2015.
During his service in the Airborne Infantry, Giovannelli participated in more than 100 combat patrols. As a result of his service, Giovannelli was awarded the Purple Heart, Combat Infantry Badge, and Army Commendation with V Device, for acts of heroism while involved in conflict with an armed enemy.
While Giovannelli was serving in the military, he was photographed by Army photographers while in combat. Recently, Giovannelli discovered that photographs taken of him while in the military were being publicly sold, for commercial purposes, through for-profit entities. Giovannelli has never given consent to any of the defendants to use his image for any purpose, including financial gain.
Walmart, Inc., Wal-Mart.Com USA, LLC, The Stocktrek Corporation d/b/a StockTrek Images, Inc., Pixels.Com, LLC, Amazon.Com, Inc., Amazon.Com Services, LLC, and Posterazzi Corp. have profited wrongly from using Giovanelli's image in stores across the country and online.
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When: Jan 14, 2021 11:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Craig Tobin Press Conference
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