Color By Numbers: Art Law 101

Production Date: April 16, 2018 Practice Areas: Art Law Estimated Length: 3657 minutes


$ 59 Art Law In Stock

“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.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Examine the application of copyright law to artwork including fair use
  2. Discuss moral rights, in particular the Visual Artist Rights Act
  3. Comprehend the intersection between trademark law and artwork
  4. Consider key issues when drafting agreements for licensing or commission of artworks    
Frances K.
Decatur, GA

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.

Debra P.
Washington, DC

Add cites to the cases on the power point. great job - excellent use of real world examples to make relevant points.

Joseph H.
Cranston, RI

Interesting program