Art and Copyright
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2012. gada 21. febr. - 306 lappuses
In recent years the intellectual property protection afforded to works of art has received increased attention from artists, museums, galleries, auction houses, publishers and their professional staff and legal advisers, as well as from those teaching or studying copyright and/or the law of cultural property. This was the first text to examine in detail the intellectual property rights protecting artistic works and artists' rights generally in the United Kingdom. First published in 2001, Art and Copyright has established itself as a leading text in the field. Now revised and updated, the second edition includes expanded coverage of Artist's Resale Right and the relationship between designs law and artistic works, as well as greater coverage of new media and art, and digital developments generally. It also includes additional precedent materials and checklists. It remains an invaluable work for all those involved in art law and for intellectual property lawyers involved with the exploitation and/or sale of artistic works, as well as for intellectual property academics, researchers, law students, curators, publishers, artists, gallery owners and all those interested in how the law protects artistic works.
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The Modern Law of Copyright
Moral Rights and Droit de Suite
Copyright Related Rights and Digitisation
Some Current Issues
Some Practical Issues and Precedents
Art and Intellectual Property Rights other than Copyright
Sources for Cases Images and Legislation
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