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- How To Find & Monetize Valuable Copyrights On University Campuses
- Only An Author Can Create A Copyright — That’s No Monkey Business
- How To Stop Copyright Infringement Of Movies. Follow The Strategy The Music Industry Abandoned?
- If Mr. Tenenbaum Beats Sony & The RIAA, Do Artists & Other Creatives Lose?
Category Archives: Art Law
Sometimes a 37¢ stamp does buy quite a bit. One lucky sculptor, Frank Gaylord, may find that such a stamp could give him some extra spending money in the neighborhood of six or seven figures. The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently reversed the … Continue reading
Despite depictions in TV shows and the movies, most court cases do not involve dramatic confessions, cover ups and Presidential politics. Of course, most court cases don’t involve Stephen Fairey. From pasting the Obey Giant (now his Twitter name) and other “Obey” posters on public property … Continue reading
The story of a thirty-two foot tall blue demon with glowing red eyes that that killed its famous creator and greets those arriving at the Denver airport was picked up nationally by the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and other newspapers. “Demon” is a … Continue reading
It is no secret that banks large and small pulled the Persian rug (perhaps a green one for St. Patrick’s Day) out from art buyers who sought to finance their purchases with a loan. The Wall Street Journal noted this trend back in April … Continue reading
If you are an average Joe the plumber who happens to have an extra $40 million laying around to bid on an item or two at an auction and you don’t pay, the auction company will sue you and will likely win. … Continue reading
It is not surprising to find drugs and fashion in bed together and last week was no different. Opium, a rat, a rabbit, and a fashion house took center stage at the “Sale of the Century”. Even those whose art budget leans towards items … Continue reading