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I Mean, Why Can’t Corporations Be Artists?

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Are ‘Volunteers’ Protected From Employment Discrimination?

According to the Sixth Circuit, not as far as Title VII is concerned. So, can an organization decide to terminate a volunteer’s affiliation with it because of the volunteer’s religion? The answer, according to a…
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Must See: Sturtevant

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Ninth Circuit to Rehear Erroneous Kozinski Copyright Ruling

Earlier this year we highlighted a Court of Appeals opinion that was so out in right field it might as well have been a hot-dog vendor at Dodger Stadium. Back in March we reported on this case, Garcia v. Google (here’s the…
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Show Me the Money! More on Artist Resale Rights

NPR ran a story yesterday on the reinvigorated fight in the US for a federal law granting visual artists resale rights, a type of royalty on the resale of artworks via auction houses. Some artists are for it, while others,…
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Canadian Artist Uses Copyright to Stop Pipeline Development

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Nevada Senator Introduces Bill to Preserve Heizer Project

Senator Harry Reid of Nevada has introduced a bill that would preserve the land around Michael Heizer’s massive uncompleted earthwork City. Titled the “Garden Valley Withdrawal Act”, the legislation would protect…
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