“Art law” encompasses a complex and interdisciplinary body of law that governs the creation, protection, ownership, licensing, transport, insuring and sale of art. While some art specific laws exist, the practice of art law frequently involves the application of multiple areas of law to the relationships, rights, transactions and disputes among artist and other art participants.
This course, presented by Randy Friedberg, a Partner at White and Williams LLP, provides an introduction to this complex area of law with emphasis on issues such as intellectual property rights in art, moral and economic rights, agreements for the transfer and commission of artwork, and licensing agreements for artworks.
Randy Friedberg has 25 years of experience in counseling clients, with particular focus on the protection, licensing and enforcement of intellectual property rights. His practice encompasses trademark and copyright law, unfair competition, trade secrets, advertising law, internet law and entertainment law, as well as general corporate and litigation matters.
Randy represents clients in a variety of industries, including consumer goods and services, computer software and hardware, pharmaceutical and biomedical products, media and entertainment. He also represents the energy and financial services sectors for corporate work and litigation before an array of state and federal courts, in the United States Patent and Trademark Office and before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
Randy’s experience has led to him to become a source for the news media. He has been quoted in a variety of different publications in the area of IP law. He is also asked to speak and present at business-related events. Randy has also served as a Judge for the Cardozo Entertainment Moot Court Competition.
Randy is the author of “Navigating Intellectual Property Disputes,” an authoritative, insider's perspective on assisting clients with managing IP assets and litigating disputes. He was on the editorial subcommittee of The Trademark Reporter, a publication of the International Trademark Association.
Randy has been selected for inclusion in ”Super Lawyers” in the New York Metro Region in a survey of his peers by Law & Politics magazine for the years 2007 through 2013.
It was great!
I hope there is a part 2. Lots of interesting facets of Art Law!
I tend always to give all fours because I perceive no obvious shortcomings. Now I will be more judicious in awarding 4s; this guy deserves 5s.
Nice presentation with great examples.
Entertaining as well as informative.
I would be interested in Art 102
Very well presented - a result of Mr. Friedberg's enthusiasm for and knowledge of art law.
I really enjoyed this presentation because the instructor made sure to include real-world practice tips that most Art Law CLE's don't have. Examples were excellent and helpful. One of the best.
Add cites to the cases on the power point. great job - excellent use of real world examples to make relevant points.
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