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Art Law Handbook with 2004 Cumulative Supplement

Edited by: Roy S. Kaufman

ISBN13: 9780735516410
ISBN: 0735516413
Published: October 2000
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback & Supplement
Price: Out of print



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This essential resource will help you expertly guide clients through the intricate laws of intellectual property, tort, tax disputes and customs that affect virtually all aspects of art transactions.

From a team of art law specialists, you get astute legal discussion and real-life answers for the matters vital to artists, purchasers, sellers, dealers and everyone else involved in the art world. Art Law Handbook provides the information you need on:-

  • Copyrights, trademarks, design patents, and moral rights
  • Legal aspects relating to new media
  • Transacting business on the Internet and "netiquette"
  • Art theft
  • Authentication and appraisals
  • Auction transactions
  • International art transactions
  • Restoration and conservation
  • Tax issues for artists and purchasers
  • Trust and estate planning
  • Relationships between artists and dealers
  • Supplemented periodically. Latest Supplemented Date: August 2004
Plus, you'll save valuable research and drafting time with more than 40 proven contracts, notices, releases and other important forms - in print and on a FREE easy-to-use CD-ROM - including:
  • Copyright licenses
  • E-commerce and website development form agreements
  • Commissioned artwork agreements
  • Purchase agreement
  • Artist/gallery agreement
  • Form will
  • And more than 30 appendices give you instant access to important laws, treaties, information sources and other relevant material.

Publication Cycle: Supplemented periodically. Latest Supplemented Date: 19/8/2004

Subjects:
Art and Cultural Heritage Law
Contents:
PART l - ARTISTS AND RIGHTS
1. Copyrights, Trademarks, and Moral Rights
2. Intellectual Property Protection for Useful Articles
3. The First Amendment and Related Issues
4. Introduction to New Media and Art
PART II -THE BUSINESS OF ART
1. Stolen Art
2. Cultural Property
3. International Transactions in the Art Market
4. Artist/Dealer Relations
5. E-Commerce
6. Authentication and Appraisal of Artwork
7. Auction Law
8. Conservation and Restoration of Artwork
PART III -DEATH AND TAXES
1. Federal Income Tax Consequences of Creating, Owning, Selling, and Donating Works of Art
2. Trusts and Estates
3. Structures for Holding and Transferring of Copyrights
4. Storage and Transportation of Artwork