Kevin Liles, a photographer in Atlanta, is suing Brian Kemp’s campaign and the Georgia Republican Party for their use of images Liles took of Stacey Abrams. 

Our firm is representing Kevin Liles.

The suit, filed in the United States District Court in Atlanta on Jan. 8, claims that a photo of Kemp’s Democratic opponent, which was published in the New York Times and is posted on his personal website, was used in an advertisement without his permission.

The 30-second attack ad, which aired in September 2018, titled “Abrams Too Extreme for Georgia” features several images of Abrams and cites her record as the House Minority Leader, as well as other publications.

Georgia NPR article here.

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