An insurance company willhave to represent Andy Warhol’s estate and the late artist’s foundationin a copyright fight with Time Inc. following a ruling by the U.S. Courtof Appeals for the Second Circuit yesterday.

The court found in AndyWarhol Foundation v. Federal Insurance Company, 98-7914, that Mr. Warhol’sestate and foundation were timely in notifying the Federal Insurance Companythat Time Inc. was prepared to sue over Mr. Warhol’s use of a photo takenof Jacqueline Kennedy at President John F. Kennedy’s funeral in 1963.

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