Notes and Votes: Use of Copyrighted Music at Live Political Events: Addendum

Carolyn Wimbly Martin and Charlotte Cuccia

This post is an update. You can read the original post here. From Ronald Reagan and Bruce Springsteen to Donald Trump and Neil Young, the contention between politicians and musical artists who find their copyrighted music being played in political campaigns is nothing new. Our earlier post discussed the use of this music at live […]

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Copyright Challenges on Both Sides of the Atlantic for Conceptual Artist Maurizio Cattelan

Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, known for his satirical sculptures, has found himself in the unique position of being a defendant in unrelated copyright suits on both sides of the Atlantic. On July 8, 2022 a three-judge intellectual property court in Paris dismissed a claim by wax sculptor Daniel Druet seeking to be considered the “sole […]

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