Art, Artifact, Architecture & Museum Law provides expert examination of the policies and laws concerning the visual arts-the first work of its kind to link procedure, substance, and evidence and to present an integrated analysis of the social, policy, economic, and cultural issues so crucial to arts transactions and litigation. We have renamed the book to recognize the valuable information in it relating to museums."
Film and Multimedia and the Law (formerly titled How to Avoid Reel Legal Problems: A Film Making & Multimedia Legal Guide) provides a detailed legal guide for lawyers and non-lawyers encompassing legal issues surrounding filmmaking. It covers copyright, trademark, and all other intellectual property issues that may be encountered, such as legal issues surrounding scriptwriting, idea submission, defamation, right to privacy/publicity, and fair use in copyright. It explains the complex legal principles and illustrates them with compelling legal decisions that are illustrative and entertaining to read. Over 1,000 case citations are included. It also discusses the practical limitations imposed by intellectual property."
Author(s): James G. Sammataro
Available on Bloomberg Law
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"This book addresses art law from seven broad perspectives:
The artist/dealer relationship
The commercial aspects of buying and selling artwork either through a dealer or at auction
International trade and Holocaust restitution (included under Artwork Transactions)
Artists’ rights, including First Amendment rights, intellectual property rights, and resale rights
The financial aspects—including tax consequences—of being a collector, an investor, or a dealer in artwork
Tax and estate planning issues for collectors and artists
Museum law, as well as the legal concerns of museums and other sectors of the art world arising from digital technologies"
* Titles for 150+ topics and practice areas
* 14 series titles, many keyed to casebooks
Acing Series Quick Review Series
Black Letter Outline
Gilbert Law Summaries
High Court Case Summaries
Concise Hornbook Series
Short and Happy Series
This resource is limited to Maine Law students. For more information contact the Library.