Tuesday, January 28, 2020
 

Art Law

“The attitude, often unarticulated but persistent, that art is being bought in a context of appreciation for its intrinsic and aesthetic merit, may perpetuate reluctance to regulate the art market. Wrongly.”

“I am particularly mindful of my status as a white scholar reiterating, amplifying, remixing, and building upon arguments previously made by intellectual property scholars of color.”

No U.S. president in the last 40 years has done this

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“Merry Christmas to all the attorneys.”

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