Monday, May 11, 2015
Opinions vary on what exactly is ‘art law.’ For the most part, it is not a separate jurisprudence and there are just a very few laws, some of them international in scope, that specifically cover art, cultural property, or artist's rights. Art law consists of a number of disciplines, that protects, regulates and facilitates the creation, use and marketing of art. Art law involves a variety of legal issues such as intellectual property, contract, constitutional, tort, tax, commercial and international law. And just like any practice of law it aims to protect the interests of the clients.