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Art: Where Are You In Your Privacy Journey?
In this podcast, we discuss the planning and preparing essentials for US galleries & UK galleries as the global art market moves from opaque to regulated. Our host and art lawyer Diana Wierbicki ...
Worldwide
22 Oct 2019
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Art: Designing Your Legacy
In this podcast, we look at how art collectors can use estate planning to protect their valuable art collections. Our host and art lawyer Diana Wierbicki talks to David Stein about how art is a ...
UK
14 Oct 2019
3
Art Is A Very Powerful Legacy
The latest in our lecture series in honour of the late Matthew Wrigley, a founding partner of the firm, began on a sunny evening at Harewood House.
UK
1 Oct 2019
4
Copyright And Photography
In honour of World Photography Day, we consider how copyright affects photography and look at some famous copyright disputes.
UK
23 Aug 2019
5
Our Global Art Team Is Recognized By Chambers HNW 2019
Chambers & Partners released the fourth edition of its High Net Worth (HNW) Guide on July 11th, and Withers is proud to be the only firm in the Art and Cultural Property Law category
UK
22 Jul 2019
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DOJ Review Creates Possibility For Large Scale Change In The Music Industry
Last month, the Department of Justice Antitrust Division (DOJ) announced its plans to review two music licensing antitrust
UK
17 Jul 2019
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Publicado Decreto Que Regulamenta A "Nova LINDB"
Foi publicado no dia 11 de junho, no Diário oficial da União ("DOU"), o Decreto nº 9.830 ("Decreto"), que regulamenta os arts
UK
9 Jul 2019
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Tick Tock: Regulations On The Import Of Non-EU-Cultural Goods Are Now In Effect. How Will This Affect The International Art Market?
As anticipated in our article published on 19 February 2019, the Regulation on the import of cultural goods was formally adopted by the European Parliament and European Council on 17 April 2019.
UK
9 Jul 2019
9
With Brexit, Now Is The Time To Consider Whether You Should Move Your Art
As we approach several upcoming European art fairs and events such as Art Basel in Switzerland and Frieze London, artists, investors, galleries, dealers and shippers are moving art.
UK
18 Jun 2019
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Madonna Producer Succeeds In Royalty Appeal Against Warner Music
In 2012, a music company, VMG Salsoul LLC sued Pettibone and Warner for copyright infringement, arguing that Pettibone had copied a portion of the song "Love Break"
UK
10 May 2019
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Copyright Concerns: MySpace Loses More Than 50 Million Songs
Today, reports have confirmed that MySpace has lost over 50 million songs uploaded to the platform between 2003 and 2015.
UK
28 Mar 2019
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Article 13: Balkanising The Internet Or A Champion For Copyright Holders?
The text for the much anticipated Article 13 of the European Copyright Directive (the "Directive") has finally been agreed upon as of 13 February.
UK
21 Feb 2019
13
The X Factor Name Game
I begin with an admission: I am hopelessly addicted to the long-running UK talent show The X Factor.
UK
3 Dec 2018
14
A Parliamentary No-No For Viagogo
A properly functioning secondary ticket market benefits fans by providing access to tickets for the events they want to see, and in turn helps purchasers sell on tickets they can no longer use.
UK
19 Sep 2018
15
The Way You Make Me File — Famous Musician Patent Holders
There is a misconception that all inventors are eccentric old men who spend their lives tinkering with gadgets in a shed.
UK
10 Jul 2018
16
The 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive And The Art World
AMLD5 brings new challenges for ‘obliged entities' including financial institutions, tax professionals, providers of virtual currencies and those trading in luxury goods – such as art dealers.
European Union
21 Jun 2018
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Format Wars: Return Of The Record
The development of digital technology this century has had one of the greatest impacts on our consumption of media.
UK
1 May 2018
18
Is Arbitration The Answer To Settling Disputes In The Art World?
Privacy has long been of utmost importance in the art world. But in the context of the recent global move towards transparency in business and finance...
UK
25 Apr 2018
19
Provenance – Its Value To Art Collectors, Dealers, And Cultural Institutions
Provenance illuminates fundamental chapters in an art object's life by asking: Where did it come from? Who created and/or commissioned it? Who has owned it (dates and places)?
UK
24 Apr 2018
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GDPR: Is The Art World Ready, Willing And Able?
The art world is littered with eccentricities and inconsistencies, but one overriding uniform factor is the respect for privacy and discretion.
UK
20 Apr 2018
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