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Why We Are Confused About The Trademark Dilution Law, Christine Haight Farley Oct 2012

Why We Are Confused About The Trademark Dilution Law, Christine Haight Farley

Christine Haight Farley

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Imagining The Law, Christine Farley Oct 2012

Imagining The Law, Christine Farley

Christine Haight Farley

Law’s relations to art--to its creation, its production, and dissemination, its restriction as well as to commercial and contractual agreements about art works—are as multiform and complex as the category of art itself. Acknowledging that there is no discrete body of law that governs art, the author defines art law as “the survey of legal issues raised by art, artist, and the art world” and surveys four central themes: the law as art, the law of art, the law of creativity, and the collision of art and law. Any legal dispute about art usually evokes a plea for ...


Panel Ii: Trademark Dilution Revision Act Implications, William G. Barber, Barton Beebe, Christine Haight Farley, Michael Heltzer Oct 2012

Panel Ii: Trademark Dilution Revision Act Implications, William G. Barber, Barton Beebe, Christine Haight Farley, Michael Heltzer

Christine Haight Farley

No abstract provided.