Art Law: The Guide for Collectors, Investors, Dealers, and Artists, Volume 1

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Practising Law Institute, 2005 - Art - 2291 pages
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3 books in slipcase. Long considered the gold standard in legal and tax guidance for visual art professionals and their attorneys, Art Law is now even more valuable to anyone involved in this complex, interconnected industry. Teeming with new information and analysis and many new sample documents, the three-volume Third Edition of Art Law is the one resource you must consult to help ensure you formalise rock-solid agreements, maximise tax savings, and minimise legal liabilities. A uniquely practical guide to all legal and tax issues. Art Law Third Edition is stocked with timesaving forms, checklists, charts, and procedural guides. Distilling an immense body of law into three practical, transaction-enabling volumes, the new Third Edition of ART LAW is required reading for anyone who buys, sells, collects, appraises, authenticates, exhibits, restores, invests, or advises in the visual art world.

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Contents

Introduction
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PART THREE ARTISTS RIGHTS
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Limitations on Freedom of Expression 970
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Copyright

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Ralph E. Lerner is the preeminent attorney practicing full time in the field of art law. He is a partner at Sidley Austin Brown & Wood in New York City. Judith Bresler is a prominent lecturer and an attorney specializing in art law with the New York firm of Cowan, DeBaets, Abrahams and Sheppard.

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