Art Law Handbook

Art Law Handbook

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To provide solid legal ground to lawyers, clients, artists, and museums, this guide, written by 15 lawyers with specialities that include art law, intellectual property, international tax, and copyright, discusses the issues and sometimes unlikely laws surrounding copyright; trademarks; moral rights; intellectual property protection; stolen art; cultural property; international transactions on the art market; artist-dealer relations; e-commerce; authentication and appraisal; auction law; conservation and restoration; federal income tax consequences of creating, owning, selling, and donating works of art; trusts and estates; and structures for holding and transferring copyright. Sample contracts, releases, and notices are provided, as are texts to laws and treaties, and a list of resources. Kaufman is a lawyer who specializes in intellectual property protection. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

Publisher: Gaithersburg : Aspen Law & Business, c2000
ISBN: 9780735516410
Branch Call Number: R 344.097 KAU
Characteristics: xlv, 1164 p. : ill., forms ; 26 cm. + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
Additional Contributors: Kaufman, Roy S.


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