October 15 2010 Technological advances are bringing sporting events to more people than ever before.
May 19 2010 Trademark licensees, and likely copyright and patent licensees, can now take comfort in deducting royalty payments as a current expense in light of a recent federal appeals court decision.
August 18 2010 Delaware has enacted a simplified method for effecting a merger between a parent and a subsidiary—often referred to as a "short-form merger"—when the parent is a Delaware non-corporate entity (such as a general or limited partnership, or a limited liability company) and the subsidiary is a corporation in which the parent owns at least 90% of the outstanding shares of each class of stock.
February 21 2013 Public policy in New York prompted the establishment of, and recent increase to the Homestead Exemption (the "Exemption"), codified in the CPLR at…
October 5 2012 In today’s economy, banks and courts are processing foreclosures at a historically slow pace, evidenced by the New York Times article predicting that it will take close to 62 years for the foreclosures currently pending in New York State to come to a disposition.
January 12 2022 Copyright is the primary source of legal protection for all forms of original works of art. While such protections have been engrained in US Copyright…
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April 9 2021 A look at some of the key legal and practical issues surrounding the sale and purchase of art, antiques and collectibles in USA.
April 9 2021 A concise Q&A guide to IP rights in art law in USA, including creator copyrights, copyright duration, reproduction of works in catalogues and adverts and more.
January 17 2021 This article examines the key legal and practical issues surrounding art transactions in USA, including with regard to private sales and auctions, loans, cross-border transactions and finance.