Tuesday, April 24, 2018
 

NY State considering post-mortem right of publicity


The 40-year post-mortem right could also be bequeathed to heirs. In addition, the proposed bills would also remove New York’s domiciliary requirement from the law, meaning that a party who doesn’t live in New York would be able to assert their right to publicity for an act that occurs in New York State.

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