Fifty years after the untimely death of film legend Marilyn Monroe, the courts are apparently still hearing challenges over her estate and her taxes.

The latest case was decided last Thursday in a long-running legal battle between Monroe’s estate and the estate of her friend and photographer Milton Greene. The case involved publicity rights and the ability of the Milton H. Greene Archives to sell photos that he took of the iconic actress. Greene died in 1985 and Monroe in 1962, and both estates are now controlled by outside entities.

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